Yes, a violation of this Executive Order may be subject to prosecution and is punishable as a Class 2 misdemeanor. If you're charged with a misdemeanor, we recommend that you speak with an attorney about your rights as soon as possible.
Yes! According to the Executive Order, "Individuals whose residences are unsafe or become unsafe, such as victims of domestic violence, are permitted and urged to leave their home and stay at a safe alternative location."
You should still follow the visitation schedule, given that neither parent is showing symptoms. According to Gov. Cooper's Executive Order, "You are allowed to return to or travel between one's place or places of residence for purposes including, but not limited to, child custody or visitation agreements."
During a child custody hearing, is there an age in North Carolina where children can decide who they want to live with?
No, a court can consider a child's opinion but must not base their entire decision on the child’s wishes.
Yes – just make sure it is off and put away when you enter the courtroom.
The divorce process takes typically around 45 days from the date of service.
No, without a court order dictating when each parent has custody of the kids, there is nothing that would require you to give the children back to your spouse whenever they demand that you do so.
If you have been charged with a DWI in Greensboro then your court date will be held at the Guilford County Courthouse located at 201 S. Eugene Street in Greensboro, NC 27401. First appearances are usually held in courtroom GB-1B and subsequent court dates for DWI’s are typically held in courtroom GB-1D. [...]
Where is the DVM office in Greensboro that I need to go to for my DMV hearing about the revocation of my license?
The DMV office in Greensboro is located at 2391 Coliseum Blvd. in Greensboro, NC 27403 just off Highway 220/Freeman Mill Blvd.
Court costs, probation costs, and other fines associated with DWI’s in Greensboro can be paid at the Clerk’s Office in the Payments and Receipting department on Floor UG of the Guilford County Courthouse located at 201 S. Eugene Street in Greensboro, NC 27401.