Have you decided “enough is enough?” Has your spouse made it known she no longer wants to work on your marriage? How you’ve arrived at this point is less important than finding a way to move forward and finding a path can be difficult with emotions running high and being paralyzed by the uncertainty of divorce.
Going through a divorce can shake your foundation. Your routine established after many years of marriage will change, you may spend less time with your children, and lose significant assets. The emotional toll from going through a divorce can have an affect on your decision-making. You want an knowledgeable attorney in your corner during such a traumatic time.
When you consult with our Raleigh divorce lawyers our immediate goals in your case are protecting your legal rights and explaining your legal options so that you can make informed decisions. We get to know you, your goals, and your concerns and integrate them into a workable framework to move on with your life.
At your initial consultation, we’ll find out how long you’ve been married, whether you’re separated or considering separation, if children are involved, and what kinds of assets and liabilities you have. We can advise you on the type of documentation you’ll need in order to file and proceed with your divorce claim. The answers to these questions will allow us to determine whether you need a simple absolute divorce, or whether common issues such as alimony, equitable distribution (property settlement), child custody, and child support are in play.
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We can assist you in deciding whether the most appropriate route is collaborative law, settlement negotiations, or litigation. When it appears divisive issues can be discussed calmly between the parties, we believe settling these matters in rational, reasonable, and collaborative approach is often in your best interests. However, our attorney are experienced and trial-ready in the event we do not believe our clients are being treated fairly by their spouses. Divorce doesn’t have to be difficult and our attorneys strive to lessen the burden on our clients.
Contact Batch, Poore & Williams Today
At Batch, Poore, & Williams in Raleigh, our clients come first. We invite you to schedule your initial consultation with our Raleigh divorce lawyers by phone, fax or e-mail. We want to hear the particulars of your divorce and equitable distribution needs.
Contact our North Carolina law offices today. Our divorce lawyers are ready to begin working on your case. We return after-hours calls promptly and have in-house Spanish speaking staff.
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