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Greensboro Child Custody

When a relationship doesn’t work out, the children are often caught in between. In a Greensboro child custody battle you want a skilled team of experienced litigators to represent you and your family. Here, at Dummit Fradin, our team of Greensboro child custody professionals will fight to get the best possible outcome for you and your children. Contact us today to get the best for your family.

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Welcome to Dummit Fradin | Greensboro Child Custody

Ending a marriage impacts the children as much as the parents. The children often get caught in between the parents during a divorce. No matter the result of the divorce, the simple truth is that both parents will be involved in the children’s lives going forward. As painful as a divorce can be, it is critical that the welfare of the children be prioritized. Our Greensboro child custody team are experienced with navigating these difficult situations and can assist you with the securing the best possible outcome for you and your family.

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Jessica Culver
Jessica CulverAttorney
Jessica Culver practices family law and is a critical member of our Greensboro Child Custody team. She is committed to achieving the best results for her clients and their children. Ms. Culver’s practice experience varies from intensive litigation to amicable settlement resolutions. She creates a custom, goal-centered legal solution for each client.
E. Clarke Dummit
E. Clarke DummitAttorney
If you are looking for a child custody attorney in Greensboro, Clarke Dummit had been handling child custody cases since 1991. He has litigated in county courthouses across the state including Greensboro child custody cases for more than two decades.

Greensboro Child Custody Factors

In a Greensboro Child Custody case, the factors the judge uses to determine custodial rights can vary significantly. The overall goal of the Greensboro child custody court is to determine what is in the best interest of the child or children. Common factors that are considered in a Greensboro Child Custody battle including the parents living conditions, employment history, criminal histories, drug or alcohol use and the parents medical history. The Greensboro child custody judge can take almost any factor into account, but these are the most common.

  • Who has been the Primary Caregiver.

  • Any history of criminal behavior.

  • The ability to provide a stable home environment.

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Greensboro Child Custody Types

The Greensboro family law courts will determine the custody arrangements for minor children after reviewing several factors, most importantly the best interest of the minor child. There are two main types of Greensboro child custody, legal custody and physical custody.

  • Legal Custody: Who makes custody decisions for the minor child on issues of education, health, and religion.

  • Physical Custody: Who does the minor child live with and spend time with.

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Greensboro Contested Child Custody

Greensboro child custody issues are normally contested; when Greensboro child custody is contested then mediation is required by the court. Mediation presents an opportunity for the parents to try to come to an agreement concerning the child custody schedule and order, outside of the courts. It is the hope of the courts that the mediation order will help create:

  • An amicable environment between the parties,

  • Custody and visitations agreements that are in the best interests of the child.

  • A decrease in the potential for further disputes and hostility.

  • And, overall, a solid ground work of communication that will allow the parents to focus on the child and what is in the best interest of the Minor Child.

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Greensboro Military Child Custody

Greensboro Child Custody laws allow for special circumstances when a military parent, who has sole or joint custody and if they are deployed or a substantial distance away to apply and receive a temporary custody order.

  • Deployment is required

  • Temporary Custody Order may be entered

  • The Order will terminate within 60 days of the parent returning home

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The needs of our clients always come first. For the convenience of the individuals we serve, we have three office locations. No matter what the case entails, we look forward to meeting and working with you to get through this matter as efficiently and effectively as possible.

1133 West First Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 777-8081
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820 North Elm Street
High Point, NC 27262
(336) 777-1770
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412 West Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336) 482-3848
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