North Carolina Law Directory
21 3rd St SW
Hickory, NC 28602
Lawyer's Website | (828) 324-9194
Legal Practice Areas
- Child Custody Law
- Child Support Law
- Domestic Violence
- Family Law
Credentials & Associations
- Admitted to North Carolina Bar 1997
- The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
About the Attorney
If you've made the decision to file for divorce or are considering it, discuss it with our experienced attorneys. We'll answer your questions so you can make the best decision.
Making the decision to file for divorce is a big one. You shouldn't have to do it alone. With the help of our trusted attorneys, you'll get the personal attention and care you need throughout this legal process. We'll help you with all divorce-related decisions.
Our extensive courtroom experience gives you the ability to know what's likely to happen before it does. We'll listen to your needs and protect your rights. Discuss everything from tax implications to child custody matters with our seasoned professionals. Child custody legal matters are often contentious and may have an adverse impact on children. With the help of our trusted attorneys, you'll understand your rights and your options for pursuing or changing custody.
Child support matters are complex. Whether you are working towards getting support paid to you or you need help with modifications to existing court orders, we can help. Whether you're going through a divorce or battling for an amicable agreement on the division of property, our dedicated attorneys will assist you.
We'll provide you with accurate information and frank advice about your case. Our goal is to protect your rights. ou've put a lot into your marriage. While you may not earn as much as your spouse, you still deserve the financial support. With our aggressive attorneys, you'll get the guidance you need when fighting for alimony.
Marital decisions are often some of the most life-changing events you'll experience. With our extensive experience, you'll have no trouble with any agreement you need: Adoption can be an exciting, but challenging time. We'll help you get through it. It's important to have an attorney that's thorough, experienced, and aggressive by your side throughout this process.
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About the Law Directory
The North Carolina Law Directory is a free public service of the North Carolina Consumers Council to help you find a lawyer in North Carolina. All participants in this directory are screened and verified against the North Carolina State Bar to have no public disciplinary actions and to have an active North Carolina law license.
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