NC Fathers Rights

How Much Visitation Will I Get After A Child Custody Hearing?

How Much Visitation Will I Get After A Child Custody Hearing in NCBefore we answer the question “How Much Visitation Will I Get After A Child Custody Hearing in NC“, it is important to note that this organization is not a law firm, and therefore NOTHING in this article should be taken as legal advice. However, we will say that you will learn information in this article that your NC Lawyer will not tell you. NC Fathers is an organization of non-custodial families across NC who have had enough with the biased NC Family Courts, Social Services Agencies, and the Industry of the Courts where children are being separated from fathers, step-mothers, paternal grandmothers, and paternal aunts on a daily basis. In this article we are going to discuss why. As for how much visitation you will get with your child after a child custody hearing, it is impossible to say since there are no rules or set guidelines for determining it. In NC, Judges have 100% complete discretion to do anything they want in a child custody hearing, and there is absolutely nothing one can do about it when they do bad things. In general, the age of the child weighs heavily on visitation awards, and you could receive anything from supervised visitation 2 days a week on up to seven or eight overnights per month. In NC, there is NO joint physical custody or equally shared parenting, so anything over eight nights a week (which is rare) is unheard of. Typically, the general child visitation amount in NC is 4-5 overnights a month.
How much visitation will I get in NC

NC Family Courts and non-custodial parents and their lawyers NC County social services, parents, and lawyers

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Child Custody and Vistation in NC

If you are reading this article, you are likely a new non-custodial father, step-mother, paternal grandmother, or paternal aunt who is trying to learn more about why things went so bad in court, and what can be done about it. By clicking on the RED and BLUE graphic below, we are going to discuss many of the reasons why in NC there is an industry revolving around the NC Family Courts and Social Services agencies that have an interest in you having little visitation in NC, and certainly not custody.

NC Courts and Visitation

Child Visitation in NC, And Why You Received So Little After Your Child Custody Battle

As stated earlier, in the NC Family Courts, someone has to lose a custody battle, and 85% of the time that is a father. But we also want to point out that fathers are not the only ones losing. Our organization believes that women in non-custodial paternal families get equally hurt in this process, and we absolutely look to them as partners in reform. Of the 15% of fathers that get custody in NC, 6-7% will shortly lose custody after the mother completes some type of court ordered services.

Child Support and Abuse and Bias

Issues affecting child visitation in NC

According to the Social Security Act, Title IV-D, Section 458, the State of NC gets back one dollar for every one dollar collected in child support, that is then used to replenish low income programs at social services. Our organization believes that it is this setup which the State of NC needs decreased visitation with children by non-custodial parents so that child support is maximized, which triggers greater federal funding.

Another issue that affects how much visitation you will get after a child custody hearing is if you were accused of domestic violence or sexual molestation of your child by a hopeful custodial mother. In the case of domestic violence, false allegations, or exaggerated allegation have become the new normal because lawyers are coaching women that Judges rarely dismiss these cases because it looks great at election time to have a outstanding conviction rate. Make no bones about it, false allegations are definitely being used as tactical advantage in the family courts and it can have lasting affects on non-custodial FAMILIES who want as much visitation with their children as possible.

NC Fathers hopes you will consider supporting our organization after reviewing OUR GOALS, and you can help by joining OUR MAILING LIST and FACEBOOK PAGE where we hope to build a massive list of NC non-custodial families that can force Judges and Politicians across the state to end the divisiveness of the family courts. Please consider sharing this article on “How Much Visitation Will I Get After A Child Custody Hearing” with other non-custodial families on sites like Facebook and Twitter to help bring about greater awareness.

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September 15, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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