Greensboro Divorce: “How-to”
An Attorney’s Perspective on How to Approach Divorce including Child Custody Concerns
When you are thinking about a divorce, the divorce is the easy part. Anyone can get a divorce once they have lived separate and apart for one year or longer. In the mean time and between time however, there are all the issues of child custody, child support, and distributing real and personal property.
The separation begins when either party moves out of the marital home and either party has the intent to remain separate and apart from the other party. Child custody can be resolved through the courts or through an agreement between the parties. It is important to consult with an attorney to determine which is the best course of action for you.