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Three Lawyer/Mediators discuss Mediation & Arbitration in Family Law Cases

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In North Carolina, mediation is required in equitable distribution and child custody disputes but it can also be used in other areas of dispute such as alimony and child support. For the required issues, a judge may waive the requirement to attend mediation only in limited circumstances for good cause shown. In most judicial districts, the judge will not schedule the issues in dispute for trial until the parties have participated in mediation.

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