Temporary Custody in North Carolina

Temporary Custody in North Carolina

Temporary child custody is an important component of the trial court’s powers to protect children in North Carolina. Temporary custody in NC is covered by statutes found in Chapter 50.  A temporary custody order is often entered by NC courts.  Often this occurs...
North Carolina Child Support

North Carolina Child Support

Call Scott Allen at (919) 863-4183 The law in North Carolina on child support presumes that parents have a financial responsibility towards their children.   This such an important issue to the states and the federal government, that child support agencies have been...
Should I ask for a jury trial in my alimony case?

Should I ask for a jury trial in my alimony case?

North Carolina law, G.S. § 50-16.3A(d), allows a jury trial on the issue of marital misconduct for the determination of alimony.  The jury’s role in an alimony case is not to determine the amount or duration of alimony payments, but only to establish fault...