Wofford Burt Family Law

COVID-19 Update: Custody Visitation and Stay-at-Home Order

Several clients have called or emailed to ask about whether visitation with their children will be suspended as a result of Mecklenburg County’s recent Stay at Home Order. The short answer is: No. Visitation should proceed as directed in your custody order. From the Mecklenburg County Communications Manager: Travel required by law enforcement or court […] Read More.

As Children Grow, they have Different Needs – Custody can be Modified.

Parents who are separated or who are going through divorce can have custody and child support determined and ordered by a Court or they can enter into a consent order with terms for custody and child support. The custody order then controls custody and child support unless the parents agree otherwise or it is modified […] Read More.

College Education and Expenses – What Parents Should Know

College education and parenting has been in the news a lot lately. Not for good reasons. The recent college admissions scandal has many of us reeling. It has shocked the conscience of many parents to read the various news articles portraying the illegal actions A-list parents have taken to gain admission for their child into […] Read More.

Mediation – Is it Right Choice for Family Law matters?

Mediation is a BIG word these days but how effective is it for couples going through divorce? Mediation is form of dispute resolution with the goal of reaching an out-of-court settlement. Mediation can be effective when it is necessary and done correctly. If you are going through a divorce, you need to consider whether it […] Read More.

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