Wayne County, NC Child Custody Lawyers

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Nina Fields Jackson
Family Law, Civil Rights
111 N William St,
Goldsboro, NC 27530, Wayne County
David M Rouse
Family Law, Real Estate
312 E Walnut St,
Goldsboro, NC 27530, Wayne County
Shelby D Benton
Family Law, Real Estate, Wills & Probate, Trusts, Contract
130 S John St,
Goldsboro, NC 27530, Wayne County
Shelby D Benton
Real Estate, Family Law
101 E Wayne Rd,
Goldsboro, NC 27534, Wayne County
Janice S. Head
Real Estate, Family Law, Personal Injury
126 N Center St,
Mount Olive, NC 28365, Wayne County
Shelby D. Benton
Real Estate, Corporate, Family Law, Trusts, Wills & Probate
Goldsboro, NC 27533, Wayne County
Michael M. Jones
Criminal, Personal Injury, Family Law, Social Security, Traffic
Goldsboro, NC 27533, Wayne County
Timothy Hancock Worth Jr.
Accident & Injury, Criminal, Divorce & Family Law, Lawsuit & Dispute, Traffic
231 E Walnut St,
Goldsboro, NC 27530, Wayne County

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Sample NC Child Custody Cases

... 50-13.1 to seek custody of a child from a natural parent." Id. ... [4]. We believe these circumstances are analogous to those in Price, in which the plaintiff, a man who had previously lived with the child's mother, sought custody. ...

... 340, 342, 540 SE2d 804, 806 (2000) ("[T]he findings and conclusions of the trial court must comport with [the] case law regarding child custody matters."); see also Concerned Citizens v. Holden Beach Enterprises, 329 NC 37, 54-55, 404 SE2d 677, 688 (1991) ("When the order ...

... In re Montgomery, 311 NC 101, 109, 316 SE2d 246, 251 (1984) (emphasizing that "[t]he fundamental principle underlying North Carolina's approach to controversies involving child neglect and custody [is] that the best interest of the child is the polar star"); see also NCGS § 7B ...

... 13. That [Boyd and Shaffer] have agreed to surrender custody of the minor child to Plaintiffs. 14. ... Standing for an individual to bring an action for child custody is governed by NCGS § 50-13.1(a), which provides in pertinent part that "[a]ny parent, relative, or other person ... ...

... STROUD, Judge. The issue in this case is whether the trial court's findings of fact were sufficient to support its legal conclusion that a child custody order should be modified because of a substantial change in circumstances affecting the minor child. We affirm. I. Background. ...