In North Carolina, the court can consider any factor in a custody case, and then based on the weight of all of the evidence presented, the judge will determine the custody arrangement that is in the best interest of the minor child or children.
The best interest of the minor child is the “polar star” in a Child custody case. The judge must determine what type of custody arrangement and environment will best promote the full development of the child’s physical, mental, moral, and spiritual faculties.
What Factors will the Court Consider in my Child Custody Case?
As mentioned above, the court can consider any factor in a custody case; however, the most important factors are the ones that have a direct impact on the minor child. Some major factors include:
How to Win Child Custody
We Can Help You Secure the Best Outcome for Your Children
Unfortunately, sometimes custody is a battle, there are arguments in front of the children, or the other parent is withholding visitation from you. The family law attorneys at Robison Smith Law can help you through this process to either negotiate a settlement or present your case to a judge. We will be with you every step of the way and provide you with the advice you need to get through your custody battle.
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