In North Carolina, possession is nine-tenths of the law, when it comes to child custody if no child custody order is in place. If you have the child, you have custody until an order is filed. At Heather D. Miller Nichols PA, our attorney can help file both emergency and temporary custody orders.
Emergency custody orders are filed for a variety of reasons: domestic violence, abuse, a military parent who is stationed outside of Fort Bragg and more.
A temporary custody order serves as a "band-aid" until more permanent orders can be put into place. These orders preserve the status quo of the child. Family courts are congested and it is important to determine where the child will stay, where they will go to school and who will make the bulk of these and other important decisions until the playing field has been leveled and permanent custody can be resolved.
Ft. Bragg Emergency Orders Attorney Works Closely With Military Families
There is an initial feeling, similar to opening shock, when a temporary or emergency order is filed. Our North Carolina lawyer believes that these orders give everyone a chance to breathe, talk to their own attorneys and cool down before meeting again and moving forward with the separation and divorce agreements.
Using innovation, technology and a strong belief in the fundamentals of a healthy family, Fayetteville temporary custody orders attorney Cooke is committed to making your life easier. First a paralegal, then a lawyer, she understands what it takes to build a strong case. We believe that divorce is the act of taking one family and making it into two, and both of these families should have a similar focus: building the best possible future for your children.
Contact Heather D. Nichols Cooke to Start Developing Your Custody Order
Our office is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to noon Friday. Please note that if public schools are not in session due to a holiday or inclement weather, our office will also be closed. We, too, are dedicated to spending as much time with them as possible.
To learn more, call 910-672-8684 or complete an online contact form.
How to Find Us
Our office is in the business district of Fayetteville, five minutes from the courthouse and Fort Bragg. We are easily accessible by the MLK Freeway and Bragg Boulevard.