Explain modification of custody?


#1

Dear mal:

Greetings. Let’s see what I can do here:

  1. You set the mediation after you file the motion to modify. In Wake County, you have to fill out documents in the case coordinator’s office.

  2. He does not have a choice if the court does not waive it.

  3. Yes.

Thank you.

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Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

Can someone explain the whole process to me? I know that there has to be “changed circumstances” and I know that we probably need a lawyer involved at some point but:

  1. how do you arrange for mediation if you can’t agree on changes in custody?
  2. what if the ex won’t go to mediation?
  3. are there forms (numbers please) that need to be filed?