How Does Divorce Mediation Work in North Carolina?

How Does Divorce Mediation Work in North Carolina?

How Does Divorce Mediation Work in North Carolina?

Divorce mediation in North Carolina generally works in two phases. The first phase is for child custody and visitation. A …

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