Gastonia Divorce Attorneys & Family Law Attorneys
Our local Gastonia Divorce Attorneys are experienced with family law cases. Dealing with divorce and child custody matters can be extremely stressful, and we understand the emotional and financial challenges that you may be facing. We have Gastonia divorce lawyers and child custody attorneys who are ready to help you navigate the family court system.
With so much at stake, it is vital that you work with a professional you can trust to protect your rights, as well as the best interests of your children. Our Gastonia family law attorneys, are equipped to provide you with quality and compassionate legal representation. We will help you through this difficult time and help you achieve the best results possible.
The legal team will utilize their vast knowledge of family law and decades of legal experience to help you with matters involving divorce, child custody, alimony, child support, property division, mediation, prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, domestic violence, grandparent’s rights and more.
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FAQs on Gastonia Divorce and Family Law
What are the legal grounds for divorce in Gastonia?
The other is that one party must have incurable insanity. The couple must live separate and apart for three years. Note that proof of incurable insanity is necessary to serve as a legal ground for divorce.
How long do I need to wait before a divorce can be granted?
When should I contact a Gastonia divorce lawyer?
How soon will a divorce be granted?
How do I serve my spouse in Gaston County?
If your attempts to serve your spouse with these acceptable methods are unsuccessful, you may opt to serve by publication. This means using a newspaper qualified for legal advertising according to state law. This publication must be circulated in the area where your spouse is believed to reside in.
Where do I file for divorce in Gastonia?
FREE North Carolina Divorce Guidebook
- Understanding the Legal Process
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Money Issues
- Pitfalls for Military Spouses
- Separation Agreements
- Psychological Considerations
- When Do I Need to Get a Lawyer
Written by Angela McIlveen the Guidebook is meant to give you an overview of NC divorce law in words you can understand (not legalese). It will explain some options, and in general help you prepare for divorce.
Gastonia Child Custody FAQ
What is child custody?
Is there a preference for mothers over fathers in decisions related to child custody?
What factors are taken into account when determining child custody?
Can a child custody order still be changed?
Can a child decide on who to live with?
Contact our experienced Gastonia divorce and family law attorneys today to schedule a consultation.
"I would definitely recommend this firm for any family law needs!" My lawyer was extremely informative and kept me up to date on everything, answering emails and phone calls after hours and on weekends. The entire staff is friendly and very down to earth. It is well worth the price for the services you receive, the attention to detail that my lawyer put into his work, and the peace of mind that your case is in good hands. I would definitely recommend this firm for any family law needs!