Visitation With Teenagers

In North Carolina Courts, the most important determination for the judge in a custody case is what is in the best interest of the minor child. North Carolina’s age of majority is 18 years old. Therefore, a child custody order governs visitation until that child turns...

Kids, Divorce, and School Success

A new academic year is underway and with every new school year comes a new list of challenges your child may endure. A child with divorced parents may face his or her own unique challenges. For parents, being well equipped on how to approach this school year can...

The Gray Divorce

Written by Daniel A. Lewis “Gray Divorce” refers to divorces among spouses who are over 50 years old. You’ve likely recently seen numerous articles about the “gray divorce” because divorces are on the rise for those over 50 years old....