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Administration
 
The North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts facilitates the development, implementation, oversight and support of family courts through the Court Programs Division. Locally, family courts are operated under the authority of the chief district court judge with the assistance of a family court administrator who oversees the daily operations of the court, including supervision of family court staff and case management. The chief district court judge takes the lead by appointing local rules/forms committee(s) representative of all court stakeholders and making certain that the rules/forms are vetted by the larger court community. The chief district court judge is the primary person who guides this process by setting expectations, such as deadlines, policies and procedures that produce the greatest benefit for the court, its partners and the public.
 
 
 
   
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