Family Law Attorney Charlotte NC

Our Family Law section handles Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support and other related issues.

We are prepared to help you traverse the family legal system in North Carolina efficiently and effectively. We currently service Mecklenburg, Cabarrus and Union Counties for family law matters.


Prenuptial Agreement

Getting married is one of life’s biggest decisions – and greatest risks. North Carolina law provides a way to reduce the risk by allowing you to enter into a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is an agreement between two engaged parties about what will happen to their property if they divorce. Much of the time, the point is to protect one spouse’s or the other’s property acquired before the marriage. In order to be valid, a prenuptial agreement has to be in writing, and signed by both parties in the couple.   more about Prenuptial Agreement…


Separation Agreements

A separation agreement is a contract between separating spouses that can be made binding upon a couple by their signatures. North Carolina is unique from most other states in that spouses can enter into a separation agreement and have it be binding without a judge’s approval. Parties can reach agreements as to how child custody will be divided, how much spousal support will be paid, property division, the amount of child support, and who will claim the tax exemption for the children, among other matters.   more about Separation Agreements…


Divorce Lawyer Charlotte NC

Making the decision to divorce is never an easy one. However, once you have made the decision, you need to hire an attorney to make sure you are appropriately protected. The key financial issues must all be resolved to your satisfaction. Once the divorce is final, you may no longer ask to modify the division of property, or to change the alimony if that is required. Additionally, neither you nor your spouse will legally have rights to inherit money or property from the other upon either’s death.   more about Divorce Lawyer Charlotte NC…


Domestic Violence / Abuse

Domestic violence is a crime, and one that often comes with feelings of shame and guilt. The law in North Carolina is designed to provide protection to survivors of domestic violence. Under the law, anyone who causes or attempts to cause bodily harm to a present or former spouse, household member, boyfriend or girlfriend, child, parent, or grandparent, is guilty of domestic violence. If you have suffered domestic violence, you may seek a protective order against the abuser.   more about Domestic Violence / Abuse…


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