Your Local Hometown Divorce & Child Custody Lawyers
Chapel Hill & Durham, NC
North Carolina Family Law Attorney
Going through a divorce, child custody dispute, or distribution of marital assets can be one of the most stressful times in your life. Let us significantly reduce that stress and ease your concerns by guiding you through this complex area of the law. Our attorneys can help make sure you are in the best position to accomplish your goals. Whether it is a divorce case, child custody matter, equitable distribution or another type of Family Law case, acting swiftly and efficiently will give you the upper hand in the process. These cases can be complex and constantly changing. Let the attorneys at Matthew Charles Law help you stay one step ahead. Our litigation experience and reputation for aggressive advocacy set us apart. Call us today to schedule a consultation.
Our attorneys at Matthew Charles Law work hard to make sure you understand the ins and outs of the divorce process. Whether the matter is an agreed upon divorce that you need to make sure gets done correctly or a very contentious situation, we have a playbook for that based on experience. Divorce can be a time consuming process that requires a great deal of preparation. Let us help you devise a plan of action that fits your needs and accomplishes your goals.
Child Custody and Support
Dealing with the effects of a divorce/separation where children are involved can often be the most difficult part. You need someone on your side who will make sure you get the custody or visitation that you deserve. Don’t enter an unfamiliar court system without having an attorney who has the skills and experience to successfully litigate your case. You and your child/children deserve to be heard.
Pre-Nuptial, Post-Nuptial, and Separation Agreements
Planning ahead can help mitigate risk and make sure that things are a lot easier to deal with if everything doesn’t work out in your relationship. It can be an awkward conversation to have but we can help prepare you for that. You need to protect yourself and your assets. Whether you need a pre-nup, post-nup, or separation agreement, we can guide you through the process and help make sure you are in the best position possible if something doesn’t go the way you expect it to in the future.