Wofford Family Law

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

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.

Parenting out of the Trenches Blog – What is a Parenting Coordinator?

In North Carolina, a parenting coordinator may be appointed in custody cases. Custody, which means both decision-making and physical time with children, is resolved either by agreement (if entered by a court, it is called a consent custody order) or a custody order entered by a court following a custody trial. Unfortunately, entry of a […] Read More.

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