Providing Answers To Your Family Law Questions
When you are facing a separation or divorce, there are many questions you may have. How will it affect my relationship with my children? How do I protect myself and my children? Will I have financial security? How do I protect my assets?
At Griffin Law, PLLC, we will answer these questions for you and advocate aggressively for your interests. We will work with you to put in place a plan that secures your future. We are there to help you with difficult decisions and ease your stress during this highly emotional time. Our goal is to design solutions to your family law issues as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
Experienced, Knowledgeable, Honest And Vigorous Advocacy
At Griffin Law, PLLC, we have the experience and knowledge to help you with the many decisions that must be made during a separation and divorce. Further, we will honestly advise you, so you can help us accurately pursue a plan in your best interest.
We have the experience and knowledge to help you with any or all of the following issues:
- Divorce — In North Carolina you are entitled to a divorce after one year of separation. We will handle your divorce in a timely and cost-effective manner. There are certain rights that may stem from your marriage that may be lost once the judge signs the divorce decree. We will advise you concerning these rights and ensure you are properly protected before it’s too late.
- Child custody and support — We will vigorously pursue the best custody arrangement for you and your children based on your desires and the facts surrounding your case. We also work to ensure you receive adequate support or, if you are required to pay child support, that you pay a fair amount.
- Equitable distribution — We help you ascertain all of the marital property and, in the event it cannot be distributed via settlement, vigorously pursue equitable distribution by the court on your behalf. Equitable distribution can be a complex matter, and we have the experience and knowledge to see that your rights are protected.
- Alimony — For alimony to be awarded in North Carolina, there must be a supporting spouse and a dependent spouse. Many other factors, such as marital misconduct, go into a judge’s decision concerning whether to award alimony or not. We will pursue or defend an alimony claim based on the facts and circumstances during your marriage.
Contact Our Experienced Divorce Lawyer Today
If you have a family law issue, including child custody, child support, equitable distribution or alimony Griffin Law, PLLC, can protect your rights and ease the emotional burden during this highly stressful period.
Contact a skilled family law attorney today to schedule an initial consultation. Call our Statesville office at office, or contact us online to get started.