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The children should come first when parenting with an ex

Even after a couple chooses to separate or get a divorce, they are still responsible for raising their children together. Ideally, parents in North Carolina and elsewhere who are no longer together will present a united front at all times. Presenting a unified front sends a message to a son or daughter that the rules apply no matter whom he or she is with. It also prevents a child from trying to exploit a parental disagreement for his or her own gain.

How to keep children safe from abuse

As part of a North Carolina child custody proceeding, a parent may allege that a son or daughter's safety is in peril while with the other parent. Upon hearing the allegation, a judge might take a series of steps to determine the validity of the claim. As part of the investigation, local authorities will likely contact a child's teachers, neighbors and others who interact with that child.

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