Dedicated Family Law Representation
Ending a marriage is one of the most emotionally stressful and financially risky processes in life. You will have to deal with a number of issues, many of which you may have never considered before. You are likely concerned about the cost, the length of time until the process is finalized and the effect that it will have on your life. It is important to get sound legal advice before taking action.
At the law firm of Weaver, Bennett & Bland, P.A., our Union County divorce attorneys have more than 30 years of experience helping clients throughout the Charlotte and Union County areas. You can be confident that sound and personalized legal advice is exactly what you will get from us.
You may be taking the first steps toward divorce, preparing for the required one-year separation period and negotiating the terms of your separation agreement. This is a critical period, and in many ways the most important part of the process. Before agreeing to any terms or signing any separation agreement, have our North Carolina family law attorneys carefully review your situation.
The Actual Filing Process
You may have already worked out a separation agreement and have been legally separated for a year. If that is the case, the legal team at Weaver, Bennett & Bland, P.A., will see that the proceedings are handled properly to ensure that the dissolution of your marriage is finalized quickly and smoothly. In the event your spouse's whereabouts are unknown, we can handle the necessary procedures to effectuate proper service of process for the divorce proceedings.
Trials and Litigation
Whenever possible, we help clients resolve their differences economically and efficiently through negotiation and mutual agreement. Litigation is expensive and unpredictable, and questions concerning your welfare and that of your children will be decided by a judge who has only known you for a few hours. However, if it is in your best interest to proceed with litigation, we can serve as powerful advocates zealously representing your interests in court.
We Can Answer All of Your Questions
You may have a number of questions concerning your divorce. We can help address any issues and answer any questions you may have, including:
- Facts to know when separating
- Separation agreements
- Separation agreements versus filing lawsuits
- Divorce from bed and board
- Divorce and bankruptcy
- Do I need a divorce lawyer?
We can also resolve any other issues that may arise during the dissolution of marriage, including child custody and visitation, as well as child support matters and questions regarding alimony. We also help with property settlements and equitable distribution.
Call for a Consultation With a Charlotte Child Custody Attorney
If you are contemplating separation from your spouse and you need assistance with child custody, property settlements or any other matter, we are prepared to help. Contact our Union County divorce lawyers online or call 704-321-8031 to schedule an initial consultation with our experienced domestic attorneys.