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Our Charlotte based divorce lawyers are well versed in NC divorce laws and are here to help with all divorce related matters in Mecklenburg and Cabarrus counties. Separation and Divorce can result in one of the most trying times of one's life. Unfortunately, divorce is often just one step down a potentially long path.  Child custody, child support, spousal support/alimony and the distribution of property are just a few of the issues that may arise as a result of legal separation and divorce. See below for more on these and other divorce related topics. 


From a procedural standpoint, the actual process of obtaining a divorce is the most simple of these issues to address. NC is a "no fault" divorce state and recognizes only two grounds for divorce: incurable insanity or separation for one year.  Either spouse may file for divorce in NC, as long as one of the grounds for divorce has been met and at least one spouse has lived in this state for at least six months immediately prior to the date of filing.

Alimony & Spousal Support

A NC court will consider numerous factors when deciding whether an award of alimony is appropriate, how much the award should be, and how long the award should be paid.  Read on...

Charlotte Divorce from Bed and Board Lawyer

Divorce from Bed & Board

Divorce from bed and board is typically used as an ejectment action in order to force an at fault spouse from the marital residence.  Marital fault takes many forms but can be difficult to prove.  Read more...

To speak with one of our Charlotte Divorce attorneys regarding your divorce related matter, call us at 704-412-1442.

Charlotte Postnup Lawyer

Alienation of Affections

NC is one of the few states remaining allowing this claim, as well as a Criminal Conversation claim, to be brought against a third party. However, the future of these claims is under attack. Read on...

Charlotte Child Support Lawyer

Child Support

The main factors impacting the amount of child support include the custodial arrangement between the parties, the income of each party, work-related child care costs, and child insurance costs.  Read on...

To speak with one of our Charlotte Divorce attorneys regarding your divorce related matter, call us at 704-412-1442.

Child Custody

In making a determination on custody, NC courts may consider any factor that can and does have an impact on the welfare and "best interests" of the child(ren) involved.  Read on... 

Charlotte Child Custody Lawyer

Equitable Distribution

Describes the process by which NC Courts classify, valuate, and distribute property and assets among divorcing spouses.  Read on...  

Charlotte Property Division Lawyer

To speak with one of our Charlotte Divorce attorneys regarding your divorce related matter, call us at 704-412-1442.

Charlotte Alimony and Spousal Support Lawyer
Charlotte Separation Agreement Lawyer

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Separation Agreements

A properly drafted and executed separation agreement can address many outstanding issues between parties upon separation, including Property Division, Child Custody, Child Support, and Alimony. Read on...   


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Important Note:  If you have not brought certain claims prior to your divorce being granted, including Alimony, Post-Separation Support and Equitable Distribution (Division of Property/Assets), your ability to bring these claims will be lost FOREVER.  

If we can be of assistance regarding any of the issues listed below, contact our office at 704-412-1442 to speak with a Charlotte Family Law or Divorce Lawyer.

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Postnuptial Agreements

These documents are created by married couples, are typically used for property and asset settlement, and may serve numerous purposes such as aiding reconciling couples. Read on...

Charlotte Alienation of Affection Lawyer

To speak with one of our Charlotte Divorce attorneys regarding your divorce related matter, call us at 704-412-1442.

Important Note:  Upon divorce, don't forget to update beneficiary accounts, Estate Planning documents, including Wills and Powers of Attorney, beneficiary accounts, and all other legal documents.   We can help with your estate planning documents.