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Compassionate Guidance When A Marriage Falls Apart

If your marriage has broken down, the decisions you make now and in the months to come will impact your life in profound ways. Divorce is a major step, especially if you have children or substantial assets, and it is essential to get sound legal guidance focused on protection of your interests.

Relying only on friends and family members for advice is a serious risk many people later regret. In most cases, it is often the better option to turn to an experienced, compassionate family lawyer.

Get Experienced Guidance Through An Uncontested Or Contested Divorce

The North Carolina laws governing divorce and other family matters are complex. At Griffin Law, PLLC, you will speak and work directly with an experienced divorce attorney prepared to guide you through every decision and step in the process. Attorney Jonathan D. Griffin will answer all your questions and do everything possible to help you get through this stressful time and move forward in life.

We provide caring, practical divorce and family law representation to women and men throughout Statesville, Mooresville and Iredell County. In most cases, it is in everyone’s interest to negotiate reasonable solutions and complete the divorce as efficiently as possible. However, you may also need a proven, dynamic lawyer with courtroom experience on your side to pursue your important goals involving:

  • Child custody and child support, as well as visitation/parenting time if you will be the noncustodial parent
  • Marital property distribution, which must be equitable under North Carolina law — and that does not always mean a 50-50 split
  • Alimony requests (sometimes called spousal support or maintenance), if applicable in your case

Schedule A Focused, Helpful Divorce Consultation Today

In North Carolina, a couple must complete one year of separation before a divorce can be finalized. A lot can happen in that year.

If you are facing, considering or ready to proceed with divorce, we encourage you to contact us today for the legal counsel you need to protect your rights and your future. To schedule an initial consultation at our office in Statesville, call office to reach us using our online contact form.