Raleigh Divorce Lawyers
Our Raleigh divorce lawyers proudly represent clients involved in divorce, child custody, and child protective services/child welfare matters. For many divorce is the most difficult transition they will face in their lives. The financial and emotional toll of separating from your spouse, especially in longer marriages is immense. The stress is only compounded when children are involved. At a glance, many divorcees can expect to lose a significant amount of time with their children, their martial home, and significant financial assets. In contentious cases, emotions can run high which lead to mountains of attorney fees and unnecessary stress.
The only way out is to push through and it won’t be easy.
If your contemplating separation and divorce many issues arise that must be addressed. Equitable distribution must be addressed in the event you share property with your spouse. If children are involved, a custodial routine needs to be established. If you’re a stay-at-home spouse, figuring out how you will make ends meet after a divorce can have a paralyzing affect. If you’re the primary wage earner, supporting two households simply may not work within your budget.
In addition to our suite of family law and domestic violence services, we represent clients in termination of parental rights, entertainment law, and estate planning. Our office is located in Wake County, however we frequently practice in surrounding counties including, Johnston, Orange, Durham, Harnett counties.
Our attorneys Sydney J. Batch, Shannon Poore, J. Patrick Williams, and Bonnie Thompson have 40+ years combined experienced representing clients in our areas of practice. Sydney and Shannon are Certified Child Welfare Specialists and have represented hundreds of clients dealing with Child Protective Services issues, in addition to family law clients. Patrick has represented clients in the areas of family law, domestic violence, civil litigation.
Has carrying the load of your Raleigh divorce or related matter gotten too burdensome to bear? Our attorneys have strong shoulders. Allow us to carry the load.