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Lee Lawson Stockdale
Criminal
343 Meadowlark Dr,
Tryon, NC 28782, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 22
Dennis Joseph Lanahan
Dispute Resolution
731 Phillips Dairy Road,
Tryon, NC 28782, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 20
W Rainey Greaves Loororaine
Real Estate, Traffic, Credit & Debt, Personal Injury, Wills & Probate
75 S Trade St Ste C,
Tryon, NC 28782, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 19
Harry Garfield Goodheart
General Practice
431 N Trade St,
Tryon, NC 28782, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 19
Charles Arthur Hall, Retired
General Practice
30 Long Branch Lane, PO Box 1617
Tryon, NC 28782, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 19
Anne L Bingler
General Practice
1310 Sandy Plains Rd,
Tryon, NC 28782, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 19
James Frederick Carson
General Practice
Saluda, NC 28773, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 19
Lee Lawson Stockdale
General Practice
Lynn, NC 28750, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 19
Judge Benjamin Cade Abney
General Practice
168 Ocean View Drive,
Saluda, NC 28773, Polk County
LAWPOINTS 17
Gary Stevens Barber
General Practice
2316 Golf Course Rd,
Columbus, NC 28722, Polk County

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... Thus, the trial court properly concluded in its 1 June 2006 order that Mason "has standing to pursue custody of the minor child." See also 3 Suzanne Reynolds, Lee's North Carolina Family Law § 13.4.c.ii, at 13-21 (5th ed. 2002) ("The plain language of the North Carolina statute ...

... (Emphasis supplied). The legislative policy and goals of this statute was articulated in Lee's North Carolina Family Law treatise: The ... 2 Suzanne Reynolds, Lee's North Carolina Family Law § 9.85, at 493-94 (5th ed.1999). In ...

... No. COA07-624. Court of Appeals of North Carolina. February 5, 2008. Wake Family Law Group, by Julianne Booth Rothert and Marc W. Sokol, Raleigh, for plaintiff-appellee. Kristoff Law Offices, PA, by Sharon H. Kristoff, Clayton, for defendant-appellant. HUNTER, Judge. ...

... show] . . . evidence directly linking the change to the welfare of the child." Shipman, 357 NC at 478, 586 SE2d at 256 (citing 3 Suzanne Reynolds, Lee's North Carolina Family Law § 13.103 (5th rev. ed.2002)). "Evidence linking . . . ...

... 642, 646, 630 SE2d 25, 27 (2006); accord 3 Suzanne Reynolds, Lee's North Carolina Family Law § 13.2b, at 13-16 (5th ed.2002). Our trial courts have wide latitude in distributing decision-making authority between the parties based on the specifics of a case. ...