February 15, 2023 at 16:59
Greensboro, North Carolina -
Camino Law, a non-traditional law firm based in Greensboro, NC, is employing non-traditional marketing methods for their child custody or child support legal services. They’re giving out free condoms and putting them in bars and restaurants in and around Greensboro. Each condom has their phone number on it and reminds people that they are child custody lawyers and tells people to use the condoms because they can use their money for better things than spend it on a child custody or child support case. However, those who already have such a case are reminded to contact them.
More about this can be gleaned from their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/caminolaw/posts/pfbid02MaSNNK9PVQq75s2cUwWSmSnY25C7Si7PxWs6XUfye767BnmPWW9ZoMA3tbeDLrdPl. They want to stress that they are a women-owned non-traditional law firm that is artistic-minded, recovery friendly, and LGBTQ+ friendly. And instead of using ads on billboards and other traditional marketing methods, they prefer to use an out-of-the-box approach for reaching out to potential clients - even before their services are needed.
A spokesperson for Camino Law says, “We often see our cases skyrocket in cost to our client due to the parties not having made great choices in one another -- and while they adore their children and the children are very much wanted, there isn't much debate about how hard it is for kids to be involved in a custody dispute. We hope to remind people in a light and funny way to think before making such a huge decision.”
Child custody cases usually arise when the separating parents of the child cannot agree on how they will handle and divide custody. But the laws in North Carolina are based on the idea that the parents are much better equipped at deciding on what would be best for their children rather than someone who only knows some of the facts. Thus, the parents are first required to attend a parenting class and then a mediation as a way to help the separating parents in resolving the child custody issue themselves. It is only when the mediation attempts fail that the case will be moved toward a court hearing.
There are a number of basic steps in filing a case of child custody in the State of North Carolina. The first step is to file a petition with the Clerk of Court. The second step is to serve the other party with the filed petition. This step may frequently be tricky and there are rules to follow. The third step is to take part in the mandated custody mediation. If the mediation is successful, is the approval of a parenting agreement. But if the mediation is not successful, the case will then be scheduled for a hearing.
During the court hearing, the Judge will take into account several factors to decide on which parent will get custody of a child. The starting point will always be a 50/50 sharing between the parents before the specific incidents and facts have been taken into account. The Judge will consider the age of the child, the physical and mental health of each parent, and how well each parent will be able to raise the child. There are also other key factors to consider, such as the relationship of the child with each parent; the child’s relationship with siblings, grandparents, and more; how close the parents live to one another; and the ability of each parent to support the child emotionally and financially.
Established in 2019, Camino Law is a women-owned law firm based in Greensboro, NC that offers family law services to Greensboro and surrounding areas. They usually handle family law and immigration cases, with a special focus on protecting and advocating children. Abigail C. Seymour is the founder, owner, and lead attorney of this non-traditional law firm that is LGBTQ+ friendly, artistic-minded, and recovery friendly. Both Abigail and another lawyer in the firm, Melissa Buck, decided to go to law school several years after earning their undergraduate degrees. Abigail was a writer, business owner, and photographer before going to law school. Melissa received summa cum laude honors when completing her degree in anthropology and sociology. Several years later, she decided to become a lawyer because of her passion for making justice available to all people.
Those who are interested in learning more about the family law services available through Camino Law can visit their website at http://www.camino-law.com or contact them through the telephone or via email. They are open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, from Monday to Thursday and on Friday by appointment.
For more information about Camino Law, contact the company here:
413 S. Edgeworth Street
Greensboro, NC 27401