Obtaining a divorce in North Carolina requires filing legal papers with the court, serving those papers on your ex-spouse, and following certain legal procedures to obtain a Final Judgment of Absolute Divorce. It is essential to understand, however, that getting a divorce is more than just filing and serving papers. Critical issues need to be resolved during the divorce process, including how marital property will be divided, whether alimony will be paid, and how issues of custody and support of the children will be handled.
Our attorneys provide the representation you need, during this critical time, to ensure that your rights are protected and your needs are met, during and after the divorce. Contact us online or by telephone at 704-342-4357 to arrange an initial consultation with a skilled Charlotte divorce attorney.