Typically, during the outset of a separation, a party may consider moving to a new state and want to take his/her child with them to start a new life. That may well be a very bad idea depending on the circumstances. This blog post discusses the UCCJEA, which stands for the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act.
One of the things I love about going to court is the ability to listen to other cases. At the very least I'm usually highly entertained and sometimes I pick up some interesting legal tidbits. Monday I got the opportunity to learn a little more about the UCCJEA and North Carolina. For those of you that are not up on your acronyms UCCJEA stands for Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act.