From separation and divorce, to adoption, to domestic partnership, to donor and surrogacy agreements, Greensboro Family Law, can provide you with the thoughtful legal counsel and dedicated representation you need and deserve when you are in the process of restructuring your family.
Please contact Greensboro Family Law today to schedule a consultation.
An Overview of Our Family Law Practice
Divorce : We offer sound legal advice and creative, individualized solutions to the difficult issues that may arise during the marriage dissolution process and after your divorce. Learn more about divorce in North Carolina, including the no-fault divorce process.
Alimony : North Carolina courts have great discretion when awarding alimony. The amount awarded and the duration of payments can depend on your lawyer's ability to advocate for your interests and a full understanding of North Carolina alimony law.
Child custody and support : The interests of children in divorce are of paramount importance. They deserve to be protected by a lawyer with a commitment to crafting fair and workable child custody, visitation and child support solutions.
Division of marital property : Negotiating a marital property settlement agreement may be relatively simple or very complex, especially if the divorcing spouses have more than one home or ownership interests in family businesses or professional practices. At Greensboro Family Law, we can handle the most difficult issues in property division.
Separation agreements : The vast majority of separating couples in North Carolina resolve issues of custody, support and property division through private agreements, without the intervention of the courts. Proper drafting of the agreement by an experienced family law attorney like Rebecca Perry is essential to avoid future disputes over the meaning of the agreement and ensure enforceability of the terms.
Contact Greensboro Family Law Today
Call Greensboro Family Law at 336-230-7359 to schedule an initial consultation with the accomplished and highly respected North Carolina divorce and family law attorney, Rebecca Perry. You may also e-mail us now to schedule an initial consultation.