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Foster children moving into family homes faster in Sampson County

Although the state of North Carolina has seen a massive increase in the number of children in foster care, one county has been able to lower its numbers. Sampson County has fewer than 90 children in foster care despite the growing number of children in foster care around the state.

Pets: Assets or family? You can fight for your pet during divorce

During a divorce one asset that might become the center of conflict is your pet. A pet, as much as people don't like to consider them so, are assets in the eyes of the court. That means that if you and your spouse can't agree on what happens to your pet, it will be divided as if it's property. A pet is not treated like a child, which means it's not typical for a court to think about the animal's custody as if it's a living thing.

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