Assistance with Child Custody in Wake County — Raleigh Divorce/Separation Lawyer

Maginnis Howard no longer practices family law. We currently work personal injury cases, consumer cases relating to credit or harassing phone calls, and wage and hour/employment cases. Of the variety of issues in family law, child custody can be the most emotionally charged. Determining the parent responsible for the majority of the child-rearing and decision […]

Constitutional Right to Child Custody — Cary Custody and Visitation Attorney

Maginnis Howard no longer practices family law. We currently work personal injury cases, consumer cases relating to credit or harassing phone calls, and wage and hour/employment cases. Child custody issues between two biological parents are determined by the best interests of the child standard. The court looks at both parents and determines the child custody […]

Different Child Custody Arrangements and Terms Under North Carolina Law — Cary Child Custody/Visitation Lawyer

Maginnis Howard no longer practices family law. We currently work personal injury cases, consumer cases relating to credit or harassing phone calls, and wage and hour/employment cases. There are many terms used to describe child custody arrangements; terms used include “child custody,” sole custody,” “physical custody,” “primary custody,” “exclusive custody,” “joint custody,” “custody,” “exclusive custody,” […]

Apex Child Custody/Visitation Lawyer — Wake County Family Law Attorney

Child custody actions can be initiated by filing a civil action under N.C. Gen. Stat. §§50-13.1 and 50-13.5. A person can also file a motion during a divorce action. Custody orders are never considered final so the court always has jurisdiction to modify a custody order with a showing of a substantial change in circumstances. […]

Wake County Child Support Attorney – Raleigh Family Law Lawyer

Child support disputes are some of the most common issues in family law cases, regardless of whether the parents are going through divorce or never married. Child support payments in North Carolina are based upon custody categories and an income-sharing method derived from the gross income of both parents. Child support actions may be joined […]