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When two people can reach an agreement on alimony, child custody, property division, and every other detail concerning the end of their marriage, an uncontested divorce may be suitable. Typically, this is the faster and less expensive option, but the proceedings will require the guidance of an attorney. We can counsel you on whether an uncontested divorce is your best option, and help you file your paperwork and get your uncontested divorce ratified.
This refers to a split in which neither party can agree on the details of the end of the marriage including alimony, child custody, division of marital property, and more. Sometimes contested divorces go to trial, and often they can be settled out of court through negotiation. We can help you weigh your options, and make ending your marriage as stress-free as possible.
Just because a marriage ends, doesn't mean your financial responsibilities to your children are over. Don't miss out on the financial support that you and your children are entitled to. We can help you navigate the court system and maximize the financial support you deserve. Alternately, if you are responsible for paying child support, it's important that you work with an attorney to ensure that you are not legally responsible for paying more than is feasible or fair.
Divorce doesn't have to mean financial disaster. Courts have typically used alimony to resolve this type of crisis but in some cases, it has become harder to get. We can successfully negotiate alimony payments and work hard to get the financial backing you require.
There are no set rules when it comes to splitting marital assets. Homes, cars, property, and more can be divided however a judge sees fit during your divorce. We can make sure the court has the facts before a decision is made. By hiring our firm, we can guarantee that the court has accurate, thorough, and up-to-date information to make a decision that protects your property.
This can be a difficult topic to broach, but it ultimately protects your assets as well as those of your partner. Creating a pre-marriage agreement can ensure that your assets are secure in the event of something unexpected. Contact us to discuss options for added security as you begin a new marriage.
Adding a new family member is an exciting life moment, albeit sometimes difficult, process. We are here to help walk you through the complex laws surrounding the adoption process in North Carolina. Whether you are a single adult or a couple, we will help ensure all requirements are met to adopt a child and begin enjoying your new family.
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We provide a full range of family representation services – covering all areas of family law. We know how to provide you with the best representation needed in this stressful time. Get in touch so we can start working together.