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Virtual Visitation - Virtual visitation also called Internet visitation or computer visitation and is a way for parents to have face time with their children through electronic means.

Virtual Visitation is the use of electronic communication tools like E-mail, Instant Messaging, Video Conference, Video Calls, Video Mail, chatting in a private chat room, instant messaging, and interactive game playing etc. over the Internet or any other communication media. Virtual Visitation is intended to supplement not replace one on one time between a child and both parents. So if you are a separated, divorcing, or distant parent who wants a better way to stay in touch with your children than the telephone alone can provide, this might be for you.

The various methods that parents can use for virtual visitation are personal video conference, web-cam, and video phone. The intent is to supplement face to face time between parents and children. Although the focus of most cases of virtual visitation has been divorced, non-custodial parents communicating with their children, this can also be utilized by any parent who is away from a child in the military, traveling on business or vacation, or in a correctional facility.

Other helpful websites: www.distanceparent.org | www.internetvisitation.org

If You Have Child Custody/Support Problems After Your Uncontested Divorce in North Carolina - Even after you have your child support detailed in a separation agreement or court order, you may find that it is not paid on time or in the full amount. When a parent fails to comply in the state of North Carolina the contempt statutes can provide a solution to the problem.

Although many parents think they can tie child support payments to visitation privileges, it is important to understand that the one is legally independent of the other. As an example, if one party has not received the appropriate child support payment, he or she may not decide to prevent the other from exercising any visitation rights.

After Divorce Starting Your New Life List

■ Define a new relationship with your ex spouse for your children
■ Talk to your children about what's going on with the divorce
■ Assess your situation financially
■ Create a support group with your closest friends
■ Do everything you can to make yourself successful and reach your goals
■ Make time for yourself
■ If you have to change homes, know that you and your children will create new memories - memories help make it a dream home!
■ Find your passion
■ Have some joy with your kids
■ Protect yourself in the future

The North Carolina child custody statutes provide some guidance as to how the system actually works, and may provide some useful information. A separate section of the statutes, referred to as the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, addresses the jurisdictional issues which arise in custody disputes.

A federal law, known as the Interstate Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act, also addresses child custody jurisdictional issues. John Walker, Attorney advises that a separation agreement may be made a part of a NC no contest divorce or uncontested divorce and made the basis for child support enforcement actions. >> more and printable PDF


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