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Cases of Interest: Step-Parenting
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NORTH CAROLINA: Seyboth v. Seyboth, No. COA00-1160 (N.C. Ct. App. Nov. 6, 2001).
The trial court awarded the child's stepfather visitation rights over the objection of the mother. The appellate court reversed, holding that although the mother had encouraged the child and stepfather to bond and establish a parent-child relationship.
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