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Definitions of child custody and visitation

A divorced Charlotte parent might have visitation or custody rights. If the parent has visitation rights, this means the parent has the right to spend time with the child, but the child does not live with the parent. The child lives with the parent who has physical custody rights.

OCSE seeks to improve child support collection

The federal Office of Child Support Enforcement had begun the process of updating and improving procedures for the collection of child support payments through payroll withholding. Child support agencies in North Carolina and around the country typically depend on accurate reporting from employers so that money for children can be deducted from the paychecks of noncustodial parents.

Trusts and adult children

Some estate holders in North Carolina may have concerns about leaving assets to their adult children. Individuals who lack financial maturity and are bequeathed assets outright may squander an inheritance. In such a situation, setting up a trust may be a wise move.

Divorce and protecting one's finances

North Carolina residents should take the necessary steps to protect their finances from the effects of a divorce. There are certain actions they can take before and during a marriage to ensure that their financial future is stable if their marriage ends.

The financial complexities of divorcing later in life

When some people think of divorce, they imagine young couples choosing to split. However, the real face of divorce is increasingly different throughout North Carolina and the rest of America. Statistics show that a growing number of separations happen to couples over the age of 50. In the last 25 years, the divorce rate for Americans older than 50 has more than doubled, and the upward trend is continuing. Divorce at any age or stage of life comes with complex issues, but the challenges can be exacerbated when the spouses have had a long marriage stretching over the years.

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