Whether you’re considering divorce, are ready to file for divorce, or have had divorce paperwork served on you, our divorce attorneys in Raleigh, NC are here to help. Before you do anything else, contact us to schedule a consultation and learn more about the divorce process in North Carolina. We will walk you through the do’s and don’ts, and we will provide you with information about the legal rights and options available to you. Although there are many do-it-yourself divorce guides online, we recommend you speak with an attorney first before attempting to handle your own divorce. Without a divorce attorney walking you through the divorce process, you may not be aware of some of the legal and financial options available to you. A North Carolina divorce attorney can help make sure you are as protected as possible now and for your future.
Alimony is financial support that one spouse pays to another spouse during separation and/or after divorce. In North Carolina, there are many different rules that define who can get alimony, when, and how much. As you are considering divorce or working through the divorce process, you may have questions and concerns about the future, especially when it comes to money and alimony payments. The Raleigh, NC divorce lawyers at McNeil Law Firm can walk you through how alimony works in North Carolina and what options you may have when it comes to collecting or paying alimony. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to learn more about alimony and any other rights and options available to you as you move through the divorce process.
When two people end a relationship but have a child together, sorting out child custody arrangements can be one of the most difficult and emotional parts of the separation. The family law courts in North Carolina will consider the child’s best interests when making child custody decisions; however, what is best for the child typically depends on a lot of different factors. An experienced child custody lawyer can help walk you through the child custody process. At McNeil Law Firm, our child custody lawyers fight for our clients. We don’t back down, and we’ll be with you every step of the way. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Both parents of a child are required to provide for the child. Under North Carolina law, one party may be required to make child support payments to the other party. If you have children and are considering divorce, going through a divorce, separating from your spouse, or are in another family law situation, contact the NC family law attorneys at McNeil Law Firm to learn more about your rights and options when it comes to divorce, separation, and child support. We will work with you to make sure you and your child are as protected as possible.
If you are suing or being sued for alienation of affection, contact a family law attorney to learn more about your rights and options. Details, dates, and evidence will be extremely important. The Raleigh, NC family law attorneys at McNeil Law Firm can help walk you through how an alienation of affection claim works and what to expect. We’ll answer your questions, and we’ll be with you throughout the process. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Domestic violence takes many forms including physical abuse, emotional abuse, threats, harassment, intimidation, sexual abuse, verbal abuse, and more. If you have questions about a relationship that involves domestic violence, give us a call. The domestic violence attorneys at McNeil Law Firm in Raleigh, NC can walk you through your legal rights and options, how domestic violence cases are typically handled by the courts, how Domestic Violence Restraining Orders work, and more. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
When you’re going through a divorce, dividing up marital property can be one of the most difficult and confusing parts of the divorce process. What property gets divided and how it gets divided depends on a number of factors. Our divorce attorneys in Raleigh, NC can walk you through how property division works. At McNeil Law Firm, we walk you through the property division and divorce process, work with you to gather all of the necessary documents and information, and are with you every step of the way. To learn more about property division when you’re going through a divorce, contact the divorce lawyers at McNeil Law Firm today to schedule a consultation.
If you and your spouse have separated or are planning to separate, putting a separation agreement in place is important. This agreement may address things such as child custody arrangements, child support, spousal payments or alimony, property division, and more. There are certain requirements that must be met in order for a Separation Agreement to be legal and binding. The family law attorneys at McNeil Law Firm can help with preparation and negotiation of settlement agreements. We will walk you through your legal rights and options, and we’ll help make sure your rights and your future are as protected as possible. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
A prenuptial agreement (often referred to as a “prenup”) is a document that two people sign before they get married. Although no one likes to think about it, divorce happens, and a prenup can help protect both parties in the event there is a divorce down the road. It is also helpful if one party dies during the marriage, especially if one or both parties have children from a prior marriage. Prenuptial agreements help protect both parties and can address things like debts that both parties bring into the marriage, property that one or both parties own prior to the marriage, how property will be divided in the event of a divorce or death, and more. To learn more about prenuptial agreements, contact the NC family law attorneys at McNeil Law Firm today.
At McNeil Law Firm, our legal team has decades of combined experience assisting clients with preparing and updating wills. The process is often easier than people think it will be, and having a will helps you protect your loved ones for the future. To talk with an attorney in Raleigh, NC about preparing or updating your will, call the family law attorneys at McNeil Law Firm to schedule a consultation. When you work with us to prepare or update your will, we take the time to answer your questions, talk with you about options, and walk you through the process so you know what to expect.
Attorney John McNeil is a NCDRC Certified Mediator, having been certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission as a Mediator for Family Financial Settlement Mediation. John is available to mediate for family law matters in and around Raleigh, North Carolina including serving as a mediator for family law cases in Wake County, NC. Contact McNeil Law Firm today to discuss your mediation needs or to talk with John about his availability and designating him as a mediator for your family law case.
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