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Lexington, North Carolina Family Law and Adoption Attorneys
At Barnes, Grimes, Bunce & Fraley, PLLC, knowledge, experience and compassion are the foundation of our family law practice. Regardless of whether you intend to file for divorce or your spouse has already filed, hiring an effective family law lawyer can protect not only your interests, but the interests of your children as well.
Many parties to a family law matter make the mistake of waiting too long to examine the various factors involved. Many avoid making the hard decisions concerning child custody. Child custody and child support are critical issues that should be addressed as early as possible. During the required year of separation in North Carolina, it is important to determine your personal priorities and come up with a clear and decisive plan.
Our family law attorneys can help you understand your options and obligations on such major issues as:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Equitable distribution of marital property
- Alimony/Spousal support
Many former couples believe that reaching an amicable divorce settlement is entirely possible. However, while both clients and attorneys support this less stressful and timely method of resolving complex divorce issues, the reality is that it may not be possible. In fact, once the settlement discussions commence things can quickly turn adversarial. Whether or not you intend the divorce to reach a courtroom, please be aware that it can happen.
Legal advice from our skilled family law attorneys can help make a difference in your circumstances for years to come. They have extensive experience and provide effective representation in either settlement discussions or the courtroom.
If you need assistance with a pressing family law issue in Davidson or Davie County, please call our family law attorneys at (336) 249-3128. We accept major credit cards.
Representation for Child Custody and Child Support Modifications
In some cases, a divorced person may have undergone a substantial change in circumstances years after the divorce settlement has been finalized. This change may affect custody of the children and/or the person's ability to pay child support or maybe even relieve the payor parent from some of their financial responsibility. Our attorneys have handled many actions for child custody modification. They can also advise you on how to take legal action to modify a support arrangement.
Please contact us to determine if your situation would best be handled by an attorney or if there are other resources available to help you.
Local Family Law Focus and a Strong Legal Staff
Our entire staff is dedicated to working for you in your time of need. We are dependable professionals who will help you through any tough legal situation - including a contentious divorce or child custody dispute.