Areas of Practice
Divorce & Property Division
Every couple is different and faces different challenges, and because of this, every divorce is different, too. With over three decades of combined experience in representing clients, we can help you overcome your challenges. Discover what type of divorce may be right for you from the list below.
- 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
- Property Division and Equitable Distribution
- 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 is with clients 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 if you are considering holding a third party accountable for their role in your struggle.
Alimony & Support
Whether you’re seeking support from your spouse or you are fighting against payments, our experienced alimony attorneys can help you navigate your options and understand your rights as well as fight for your best interests.
Child Custody & Support
Child custody and child support are two issues that are often the most challenging during a divorce. While custody issues can be frightening, we will work for you to do what is best for your family.
- 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
- Extraordinary Expenses in Child Support Cases
A consent order is a legally binding child custody arrangement that is signed off during a custody suit. Often, a couple who is divorcing will create a mutually beneficial child custody agreement, and then a “friendly” lawsuit will be filed to ensure the agreement is legally enforceable. If you have concerns about an existing consent order in North Carolina or would like to have one drawn up and made legally enforceable, we can help.
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.
A prenuptial agreement is a way to protect your premarital assets in the event of a divorce. Our attorneys can draw up an agreement that not only protects your assets but also protects both parties from issues like student loan debt and estate issues.
During the legally mandated 12-month separation period before filing for divorce, our attorneys can draft a separation agreement. This contract can create an arrangement for things like paying mortgages on mutually-owned property, child custody, and property division until the divorce is finalized.
Learn More About Our Divorce Legal Services in Raleigh
We offer comprehensive legal services related to divorce. To learn more about how we can help you or to schedule a consultation, call (919) 301-8843 or complete the form below, and a member of our team will contact you shortly.