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When two people marry, they form both a social and an economic partnership that also involves the government. This relationship exists until someone dies or the marriage is dissolved by a divorce. The state of North Carolina has an interest in protecting and maintaining its citizens in the event of a divorce. That is why the decision to get a divorce is not one that should be taken lightly. Every effort should be made to preserve a healthy family.
The federal government has minimal interference in the area of family law and therefore you may find that the laws differ from state to state. Every case is different and even seemingly insignificant details can affect the outcome of your case. It's important that you seek legal counsel even if you are just contemplating your options.
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Some people really do not have the resources to undertake a lengthy contested divorce. That's why we also offer flat fee uncontested divorce services or divorce a la carte where we work with you no matter where you are in the process to ensure that your rights are protected and the paperwork is completed correctly. We give you the best of both worlds: an experienced divorce lawyer to ensure that everything is done correctly and the speed and reduced cost of a do-it-yourself divorce.
We understand that in family law it is best to preserve relationships whenever possible, that is why we use a collaborative approach to prevent unnecessary confrontation. However, in cases where extensive litigation is required, we will be firm and professional. No matter the approach, we are committed to working with you to achieve the best possible outcome.
"Family law impacts a significant portion of your life, make sure all of your rights are protected."