High Point Child Custody

Normally the most traumatic issues in family law is the child custody battle. Children are often caught in the middle, and having an attorney with experience with High Point Child Custody cases will give you and your children an advantage. At Dummit Fradin, we have expertise and practice special care when dealing with these often emotional issues. Contact Us today and let us help you.

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Welcome to Dummit Fradin | High Point Child Custody

Ending a relationship impacts the children as well as the parents. Often the children get caught in between the parents during a divorce. The stark truth is that both parents will be a part of the children’s lives going forward. As painful as the split is, it is crucial that you attempt to work out what is best for the kids. We at Dummit Fradin are experienced in navigating these difficult situations, and we will work to get the best results for you and your children’s  future’s. We always prefer to work out the details without an ugly battle, but many times you are forced to stand up for your children’s best interests. The Dummit Fradin Child Custody attorneys are ready to stand by you and fight to get the best resolution.

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MEET OUR HIGH POINT CHILD CUSTODY TEAM

Brett Moore
Brett MooreAttorney
With a previous career as a magistrate for North Carolina, Family Attorney Brett Moore has valuable insight into how courtroom decisions are made. He will guide you through the legal process and help you know what is going to happen. He will help you fight for the things you value. Schedule a consultation today in High Point, NC.
E. Clarke Dummit
E. Clarke DummitAttorney
If you are looking for a child custody attorney in High Point, Clarke Dummit had been handling High Point child custody cases since 1991. He has litigated in county courthouses across the state, including High Point child custody cases for more than two decades.

High Point Child Custody Factors

The High Point child custody courts consider many different factors and criteria when determining custody of a child. These factors can vary depending on the judge and the details of the case, but there is a common theme to all High Point child custody decisions, the best interests for the child. The court will consider living conditions of both parents, their employment history, criminal records, drug and alcohol use and medical history, just to name a few of the factors.

  • Who has been the Primary Caregiver.

  • History of criminal behavior.

  • Who can provide a stable home environment.

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High Point Child Custody Types

The High Point child custody courts will review the factors related to child custody and then determine the custody arrangements based upon the best interest of the minor child. There are two main types of High Point 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.

After determining Legal and Physical Child Custody, the Court must also determine whether a party will be given primary custody or whether the parties will share custody (joint custody).

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High Point Contested Child Custody

If a High Point child custody is contested, mediation is required by the court. Mediation is an opportunity for the parents to try to come to an agreement on the High Point child custody schedule and order. It is the hope of the courts that the Mediation order will help:

  • Ensure an amicable environment between the parties,

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

  • Decrease the potential for further disputes and hostility.

  • Foster an overall 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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High Point Military Child Custody

High Point Child Custody Laws allow for a military parent who has sole or joint custody and who is deployed a substantial distance away, to get the High Point Family courts help in issuing 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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Your needs are our top priority. 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. Stop by one of our locations today in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, or High Point. We currently service the following counties: Forsyth County, Guilford County, Surry County, Stokes County, Yadkin County, Davie County, Davidson County, Rockingham County, Randolph County, and Alamance County.

1133 West First Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 777-8081
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High Point, NC 27262
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Greensboro, NC 27401
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