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The two types of protective orders in North Carolina

Unless or until they have experienced domestic abuse personally, many people do not understand that it only takes an instant for an altercation to become violent. Domestic violence protective orders are issued in many cases involving domestic assault as a way to prevent alleged abusers and victims from coming in contact with one another for a particular amount of time. No matter if you were the victim of domestic violence or have been accused of an offense like spousal abuse, it is important to be familiar with the types of domestic violence protective orders that are available in the state. That is why we here at Epperson Law, P.L.L.C., are committed to providing our clients with comprehensive legal guidance when it comes to domestic violence and restraining order guidelines.

How many grandparents have primary custody of their grandkids?

You, like so many other grandparents across the state of North Carolina and beyond, may have found yourself serving as a primary caregiver for your grandchildren. Depending upon the unique circumstances surrounding your case, one or both of your grandchildren’s parents may be unable or unfit to perform their parental duties. As you explore your legal options and rights over your grandkids, it can be incredibly helpful to keep in mind that you are not alone.

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