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Request for information on a new approach to NC child custody resolution in the family courts called “Collaborative law” where lawyers, judges, social services, and other health, medical, and psychological personnel approach family law that encourages parents working together for the best interest of a child. This approach is meant to decrease parental conflict and focuses highly on mediation and shared parenting.
In this article, we encourage parents in NC who have dealt with collaborative family law to tell us their stories and experiences. Does it work? Why does it not work? What are the differences in outcomes for the best interest of the child? This is a request for information article.