Family Law in Union County, NC

divorce attorney fort millFamily law covers a variety of areas of law that pertain to marriage, divorce, separation, and additional family matters.

Family law can be deeply personal and affect the people it involves greatly. At Harden Law, we understand how frustrating and stressful this time can be for our clients.

It’s important to have the legal support you need when seeking family law representation to help you make the right choices and have the most amicable separation possible under North Carolina law.

The sections below cover many aspects of the family law spectrum. From child custody to alimony, our attorneys are here to assist you through this challenging process.

Alimony

Whether one spouse is asking for support from you or you are asking for support, alimony covers payments from one spouse to another. Alimony can be temporary, such as during the legal proceedings, or permanent.

Child Custody

Determining child custody can be difficult for all parties involved. We can help you figure out what’s best for your child and fight for your right to retain full or partial custody during the proceedings.

Civil No-Contact Cases

Civil no-contact cases are reserved for people you do not have an intimate or familial relationship with. These cases can prevent people from harassing you, stalking you, or contacting you at all.

Divorce

When you and your spouse decide to separate, we can help you agree on the terms. If your spouse will not agree to the terms you’d like, we’re prepared to fight for your case in court.

Domestic Violence

If you or your child has experienced domestic violence, we can put legal measures in place to help protect you before, during, and after the court proceedings and official judgements are made.

Equitable Distribution

Expert legal guidance can help you figure out how to divide your assets—including debts—during your divorce or separation.

Post-Separation Support

We can get you the financial support you and your children may need while the courts are deciding who, if anyone, will be awarded alimony.

Separation Agreement

A separation agreement is a signed agreement that settles any issues between both parties before the divorce is final. The agreement is filed with the court and becomes part of the final divorce agreement.

Working with a Family Law Attorney

At Harden Law, we make every effort to settle disputes outside of court. However, we’re now fully prepared to fight your case in North Carolina as well As South Carolina, to protect your interests.

Our attorneys are dedicated to providing comprehensive family law representation to guide our clients through the legal process. When you’re not sure how to move forward with your case or get the support you need, we’re here to help. Contact us today for a free consultation at (803) 820-0048.

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