Craig Lyndon

Mediation and Arbitration

By Craig Lyndon / January 3, 2017 / Comments Off on Mediation and Arbitration

If parents cannot come to an agreement resolving their custodial issues, they may try to resolve them through methods of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) such as mediation or arbitration. While arbitration and mediation are more commonly used in a formal litigation process, they can also be used before litigation begins to help the parties resolve…

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Physical vs. Legal Custody and Shared Custody

By Craig Lyndon / December 3, 2016 / Comments Off on Physical vs. Legal Custody and Shared Custody

We will guide you through the difference between physical and legal custody and between sole, shared or joint custody. In North Carolina, physical custody refers to the act of having the actual physical care, custody and control of the child while legal custody refers to the parental right to make major decisions regarding the child’s…

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