“The law should, when practicable, encourage the resolution of family issues without resort to court interference.”
This quote is taken directly from a North Carolina Court of Appeals decision in a child support case. Even the courts think that most family law cases should be resolved outside of court! This is, in my mind, an admission that the courts are poorly equipped to find the best possible solution to family disputes. Yet another reason that parties should work very hard to resolve family law issues before going to court.
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