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North Carolina bill in question over electronic monitoring

Every year, people in North Carolina die from domestic violence, making it a serious problem in the state. Victims of domestic violence are often afraid to report the abuse or leave their abuser after the abuser has made threats against them or their children. Some seek to escape the physical abuse by leaving and getting a protective order, but in some cases, the abuser violates the order, leaving the victim seriously injured or killing them.

Don't forget insurance coverage as part of divorce settlement

When it comes to divorce legal issues, many couples in Ballantyne focus on disputes regarding custody, financial support and division of assets. For example, couples may spend weeks or months negotiating how much money a parent will receive for child support, evaluating the income that each parent has, the number of children, who has physical custody and the statutes in North Carolina regarding the matter. What many people do not even give a thought to in their divorce settlement is insurance coverage.

Child support collection scheme extended into North Carolina

When parents in Ballantyne go through a divorce or child support dispute, one parent will generally make payments to the other. Often, the parent making the monthly payments will use a state system which tracks the amount paid and the date it was paid on. There may be multiple agencies that handle child support enforcement and it is important for support-paying parents to make sure that the company or agency they are working with is legitimate.

Charge of neglect leads to removal of children

Sometimes parents in Ballantyne make choices that can put their children in harm’s way. When this occurs, parents may find themselves in the midst of a family law dispute brought on by a government agency or other family members. In such cases, if the parents are found to be unable to care properly for their children, then the court may use grandparents’ rights to ensure that the children are kept with family members.

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