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Do’s and Don’ts of Child Custody Mediation
Do’s and Don’ts of Child Custody Mediation

In North Carolina, mediation is required in child custody cases. Parents have the option of using a court-appointed mediator (at no extra cost to the parties) or a private mediator hired by the parents (where the cost is usually split equally between the parents). A child ...

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