Doyle Law Group P.A. – a family law firm – works relentlessly to achieve our client’s goals and protect their rights. Are you in need of a skilled divorce lawyer to fight for your rights? Do you have questions and need answers? The experienced and dedicated attorneys at Doyle Law Group, P.A. stand ready to help. We know North Carolina divorce law and can effectively assist you with all areas of family law. We have a reputation for aggressive representation when our clients need it most.
Based in Raleigh, our law offices handle legal services for our clients throughout North Carolina in areas of:
Divorce & Property Division
We have over 26 years of combined experience helping clients with negotiating and litigating family law and divorce claims. We can assist people at any stage of the process, whether preparing for a separation or dealing with the legal issues after a divorce. See below or review the site to investigate more specific areas of family & divorce law.
- Absolute Divorce
- Aggressive Divorce Lawyer
- Amicable Divorce
- Bifurcation Divorce
- Collaborative Divorce
- Contested Divorce
- Default Divorce
- Dividing Retirement Accounts
- Divorce at 30
- Divorce At 40
- Divorce at 50
- Divorce at 60
- Divorce Mediation
- Divorce Research Center
- Divorce Survival Guide
- Equitable Distribution – Property Division
- Fast Divorce
- High Net Worth Divorce
- Military Divorce
- No-Fault Divorce
- Simple Divorce
- Step by Step Guide To Divorce
- Uncontested Divorce
- Valuing a Business in Divorce
- Valuing Assets
Alienation Of Affection
One of the most difficult consultations to have are with those who have recently found out that their spouse is having an affair, as there are no legal remedies that can take away the pain and anguish they are feeling. Our alienation of affection lawyers can help!
Alimony & Support
The law for alimony is complex, evolving, and the most subjective financial issue in any divorce case. Only an experienced divorce attorney can offer accurate guidance on how alimony is handled in any particular jurisdiction.
- Alimony Basics
- Attorney's Fees
- Factors Effecting Alimony In North Carolina
- Hiding Income / Suppressing Income
- How to Get Alimony
- North Carolina Alimony Law
- Post Separation Support
Child Custody & Support
If you are facing a separation or a divorce and you have minor children, you have some big decisions to make. Resolving custody issues is a frightening prospect for any parent, but we can help!
- Agreements for Child Support
- Child Custody Agreements – The Process of Settlement
- Child Custody Basics
- Child Custody Cases / Lawsuits
- Child Custody Mediation
- Child Custody Visitation Schedules & Examples
- Deviating From The North Carolina Child Support Guidelines
- Grandparents' Rights
- How to Calculate Child Support
- North Carolina Child Custody Law
- Overview of the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines
- North Carolina Child Support Law
- Relocation In Child Custody Cases
- What is an Extraordinary Expense
A consent order is an order of the court, signed by a judge, with all of the same effects as a court order entered after a trial, only it is entered without a trial based on the signed consent of the parties. If you have questions about consent order family law contact us today!
Are you being abused and need help with the legal system? Have you been falsely accused and need an experienced domestic violence lawyer to help? Our domestic violence attorneys can help.
The term “divorce law” is often used as an all inclusive term meant to cover all issues related to divorce, and family law. Our family law attorneys can provide you with the guidance you need.
Many folks finding themselves ready to marry, or remarry, often wonder if a prenuptial agreement is really necessary. Although it’s not the most romantic way to start a marriage, we highly having a prenuptial agreement.
A separation agreement can fully resolve claims for property division (equitable distribution), alimony, child custody, child support, and other issues if drafted properly.
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