Family Law Union County and Charlotte Family Law Attorneys – NC Board Certified Specialist

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We handle a wide range of legal matters for our clients.

At Helms Robison Lee & Bennett, PA, located in Union County, North Carolina,
family law is a large part of our practice. With so many other attorneys practicing
in this area you might be wondering why should you hire us to help you with
your divorce, child custody, or child support issues. All of our family law attorneys will
stand up for you and protect your interests while going through a divorce and will respect
your need for confidentiality as you go through this difficult time in your life. Our attorneys
can assist you with a separation agreement or a lawsuit regarding Post-Separation
Support, Alimony, Equitable Distribution, Child Custody, Child Support,
Adoption, or Domestic Violence.

Collaborative Law

The heart of Collaborative Practice is to offer you and your spouse or partner the support, protection, and guidance of your own lawyers without going to court. Additionally, Collaborative Practice allows you the benefit of child and financial specialists, divorce coaches and other professionals all working together on your team.

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Alimony

If you are dependent on your spouse’s income to meet your needs and expenses, there’s a good chance you are eligible for post-separation support and alimony.

This is based on several factors: whether you are a dependent spouse, your needs and expenses, the other spouse’s ability to pay, and whether there was any marital misconduct.  Our lawyers can explain whether spousal support is likely in your divorce.

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Child Custody & Support

Are you concerned about what will happen to your children in the event of a divorce?  Are you in the midst of a contentious custody battle?  Parents usually differ when it comes to determining what is best for their child in a divorce.

In a divorce, a concerned parent’s initial questions will often be about the children.  Who will get custody?  Who will pay child support?

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Divorce

Are you contemplating a divorce? Perhaps you have had discussions with friends or family members who have horror stories, but please remember that each case is different and that your divorce is unique.

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Domestic Violence

If you are a victim of domestic violence or you have been accused of domestic violence, our law firm can help you to navigate the legal system.

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Property Division

Any assets acquired during a marriage may be considered marital property, and thus subject to equitable distribution. To understand what that means in your particular divorce, talk to a lawyer at Helms Robison Lee & Bennett, PA, in Union County, North Carolina today. Our experienced attorneys will help you understand the property division process.

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Separation Agreements

In North Carolina, a married couple must live separate and apart for one year before a divorce can be granted. A separation agreement can resolve issues such as child custody, child support, living arrangements, spousal support, property division and other issues. Your lawyer can help you negotiate an agreement that meets the unique needs of you and your family.

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