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 Divorce And Family Law
Seems impossible to continue your marriage, planning to file a divorce? Let go of what’s stressing you out by seeking help from a divorce lawyer in Maitland & English Law Firm, PLLC .
If you live in Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham, Research Triangle Park, or neighboring communities, Maitland & English Law Firm, PLLC can help. We have an extensive experience in handling divorce cases and extended issues that accompany them.
How a Divorce lawyer at Maitland & English Law Firm, PLLC Assists You
As noted lawyers in North Carolina, we have experience in handling all legal matters, whether it’s estate planning, business law, criminal defense, personal injury, and civil litigation, immigration law or family matters like creating power of attorney/living trust or taxation assistance.
Also, we focus on divorce matters and issues stemming from divorce that include:
• Property Division
• Child Custody
• Child Support
• Spousal Support/Alimony
• Visitation
• Enforcement and Modification of Orders • Separation Agreements
In some cases, the spouse seeking the divorce is motivated by a desire to get out of an abusive environment. You can consult us and discuss your situation thoroughly. After that, we will seek an order for protection to shield you from further domestic violence.
In our experience, it is in everybody’s best interest for the divorcing parties to reach a settlement as amicably as possible. In this regard, we have extensive experience in mediation and negotiation. However, we also recognize that not all divorce issues can be settled in this manner. By their nature, divorce cases involve emotionally- charged issues, and often the environment becomes contentious. If your former partner is not amenable to reaching an agreement voluntarily, we have the litigation experience necessary to protect your interests in court.
Child Custody
We have a wealth of experience in settling child custody cases, helping clients in getting the custody arrangement that is in the best interest of a child.
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