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Top Rated Divorce Lawyers in Charlotte, NC

James A. Davis

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Salisbury, NC)

Lindsey Easterling

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Matthews, NC)

Dominique (Missy) Foard

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Angela W. McIlveen

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Gastonia, NC)

Jason D. Witt

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Monroe, NC)

Richard W. Barnes, Jr.

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Robert S. Blair, Jr.

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Ashley Bonomini

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Cornelius, NC)

M. Brien Bowlin, Jr.

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Cornelius, NC)

Sarah R. Clark

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Amanda Cubit

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Monroe, NC)

Nick Cushing

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Candace S. Faircloth

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Monroe, NC)

Jonathan Feit

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Chelsea Gajewski

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Jordan Marie Griffin

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Serving Charlotte, NC (Monroe, NC)

Rachel Rogers Hamrick

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Tara A. Harrawood

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

J. Gregory Hatcher

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Christopher A. Hicks

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Fred A. Hicks

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

P. Doughton Horton

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Nathan Jarvis

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Irene P. King

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

Carolyn Krueger-Andes

Top Rated Divorce Lawyer Charlotte, NC

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Charlotte, NC Divorce Lawyers

Should I get a divorce?

There are many aspects to think about prior to getting a divorce. Since divorce dissolves a marriage, you'll need to consider how you and your spouse intend to divide up your joint assets (property division), child custody arrangement (if you have kids), and potential spousal support (alimony).

How to file for divorce?

  • To file for divorce, you will usually need to have resided in your state and county for at least 6 months to 1 year. It does not matter where the marriage took place.
  • Next, you'll need to obtain all the required divorce forms, found on your state's website or the applicable court's office of the clerk.
  • Once the forms have been filed and summons served on your spouse, your spouse will have some time to respond to the petition (usually 30 days).
  • Procedures will vary by state and it is recommended you speak with a divorce lawyer to understand the requirements in the area you live.

Which is better: legal separation or divorce?

In legal separation a couple lives apart but is still legally married. Like in divorce, with legal separation, you'll need to negotiate property division, child custody, child support issues, and spousal support. There are personal and financial benefits to consider when determining which route is right for you.

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