When parents in Charlotte divorce, one issue they'll have to settle is who is to have custody of their child and when. This blog has previously discussed the different types of child custody and parenting time arrangements a Charlotte, North Carolina, court may order should the child's parents not be able to agree on these types of issues. What some parents in the area might wonder, however, is what sorts of evidence a North Carolina court will be looking for when deciding a child custody case.
When making decisions regarding alimony issues, courts in North Carolina have to consider whether or not to award alimony in the first place. After deciding that it should award alimony, which some might refer to as spousal support, the court will then have to decide what amount the spouse who is going to pay alimony should contribute each month to the other spouse.
As a father, your greatest concern during divorce may be protecting your relationship with your children. Historically, children were placed in the custody of their mothers during divorce, and fathers had limited involvement in their child’s upbringing.