Monthly Archives: May 2013

Proposed North Carolina Shared Parenting Laws

Fathers in North Carolina are paddling upstream in their attempts to have a shared parenting law. There are three factors preventing fathers from being able to spend more time with their children: A conflict of interest between income streams for welfare payments and the collection of child support from dads; New shared parenting laws have not yet reached the judicial level; and Domestic violence language inserted in proposed shared-parenting legislation. North Carolina Custody Laws North Carolina Senate Bill 610 and House Bill 534 are designed to equalize the amount of time that both parents spend with their children. Though these Read more