Child Custody in Onslow County
After a divorce or breakup, things can get difficult when there are children involved. In North Carolina, a court will award custody and visitation rights based on what is in the best interests of the child. To file a complaint for custody, North Carolina has to be the home state of the child. This requires that your child has lived here for at least 6 months preceding the filing of the complaint. Child custody cases are very fact specific and it is important to discuss your case with an attorney. Call my office today so we can schedule a consult to thoroughly discuss your case.