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Why joint legal custody may be the right choice for some parents

When parents in Charlotte get a divorce, they might share legal custody even if they do not split physical custody. Legal custody gives parents the right to make decisions about important issues in their children's lives, such as schooling, religion and health care.

Visitation schedules can meet family needs

Divorcing parents in Charlotte may wonder how to best set up a child custody or visitation schedule that meets the needs of both parents and the children. While child custody may be one of the most contentious issues handled in the divorce, a clear parenting plan can help to ease the road ahead for the entire family. There are some particularly common arrangements for visitation, but in all cases, the particular needs of the family involved are the most important, especially when work schedules are complex or non-traditional.

Yes, people still go to jail for marijuana in North Carolina

With the rapid change in public opinions about marijuana, more people than ever are either using marijuana or admitting to its use. However, many of these people are still breaking the law. That includes many thousands of residents of North Carolina. People face arrest and criminal charges every day as a result of simple marijuana possession, as well as cultivation and selling or intending to sell marijuana.

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