— blog post by Wofford Burt, PLLC Partner Laura Burt Simply failing to protect your child from a stepparent’s abusive behavior and inappropriate discipline is conduct inconsistent with parental rights and can result in the loss of custody. This was the result of a recent ruling by our NC Court of Appeals. Under NC law, […] Read More.
Wofford Burt’s Managing Partner Hunt Wofford presented the Family Law Update at the Mecklenburg County Bar’s Annual Review Webinar this past Thursday, February 4, 2021. The Annual Review provides updates in practice areas including Family Law, Estate Planning, Immigration, Bankruptcy, and Real Property. Hunt has been the presenter for the Family Law Update at the […] Read More.
Wofford Burt family law attorneys are three for three as recipients of the prestigious 2021 Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite. Laura Burt and Hunt Wofford were recognized as Legal Elite in the category of family law and Rebecca Wofford was recognized as Legal Elite in the category of appellate law. The attorneys of Wofford Burt […] Read More.
When parents think of the term custody in a divorce case, they generally think of physical custody — how many overnights will the child spend with each parent during each week and how will this change for holidays and summer. Physical custody is part of what is decided by our courts or by consent if […] Read More.
Have you made your New Year’s resolutions for 2020? If you are resolved to change your circumstances this year and that change includes separating from your spouse and/or divorce, Wofford Law offers the following tips for you: Trust yourself. You can do this. Yes, divorce is a difficult process but if you are confident your […] Read More.
College education and parenting has been in the news a lot lately. Not for good reasons. The recent college admissions scandal has many of us reeling. It has shocked the conscience of many parents to read the various news articles portraying the illegal actions A-list parents have taken to gain admission for their child into […] Read More.
Parenting Coordinators work with parents who meet the following criteria: (1) are in the process of getting divorced or are divorced; (2) have signed a consent custody order or who have been through a custody trial and a court has entered a custody order; and (3) are either deemed high conflict by their presiding judge […] Read More.