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Helpful information about the Child Custody and Visitation Mediation Program. About In accordance with North Carolina General Statute 50-13.1, all cases involving contested custody and visitation issues of minor children will be sent to the Custody Mediation and Visitation Program before or concurrent with the setting of the matter for hearing, unless the court waives mediation. Mediation is a chance for parents to discuss how they will take care of their children after they divorce or separate.
The ultimate goal of mediation is to help parents reach an agreement about how to care for their children. Biological parents have a right to seek child visitation or child custody. This is true regardless of whether the child’s parents were married when the child was born.
Like other child. If the parents agree, then they may also be able to resolve a custody or visitation order in mediation. Sometimes, one parent may wish to modify an existing child custody or visitation order. Some reasons you may want to modify a child custody or visitation order include, but are not limited to: One parent moving out of stat.
There are several important steps you should take before you start child custody mediation: Consider getting legal advice from an attorney: It’s best to walk into mediation with a solid understanding of your custody rights and responsibilities. Write out detailed daily schedules for you and your child. Prepare your own custody and visitation proposal.
Custody and visitation matters are often heard together within the same hearing, but a visitation petition may also be filed as a separate matter. Other family members, such as grandparents or siblings, may also file a petition seeking an order. You will also learn about the law in custody and visitation cases and get information on enforcing an existing order.
Custody Mediation Mediation, or child custody recommending counseling in many courts, is mandatory in all custody. Mandatory Child Custody Recommending Counseling In any dissolution matter regarding child custody and visitation where there is a dispute, (Family Code section §3170) mandates that the case be set for child custody recommending counseling prior to the court hearing. If you cannot agree, the judge will send you to mediation and a mediator from Family Court Services or another court-related program will help you.
If you still cannot agree, you and the other parent will meet. When to use child custody (parenting) mediation? When parents divorce or separate, they need to decide how their children will be cared for and where they will live or spend time.
These issues can be settled in child custody (parenting) mediation.
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