Our attorneys take the time to carefully listen to your concerns so that they may focus on protecting what is most important to you. The area of domestic relations and family law is complex and emotional. The factors to consider in a divorce, including child custody, child support, alimony and property division are often complicated and interconnected. Our skilled family law attorneys can assist you in gathering the important documents and information required for a comprehensive evaluation of your circumstances as well as advise you on steps you need to take to protect yourself, your family and your financial assets.
Prudently Guiding You Forward
At Grace, Tisdale & Clifton P.A., we guide many clients through domestic relations cases. The law in this state is unique and some causes of action only exist here. The laws often change and a strategy may evolve as your matter progresses. Therefore, hiring a law firm with extensive knowledge of North Carolina domestic relations law is integral to reaching resolution. We can also help with recommending alternative forms of dispute resolution such as mediation or arbitration.
Meet With An Attorney Even If You Haven't Decided What To Do Next
We recommend meeting with a lawyer even if you are uncertain about whether you want to proceed with a divorce or not so that you understand your legal rights. You probably have questions relevant to your unique circumstances. At the first consultation and throughout the process — should you decide to proceed, we welcome your questions. Some uncertainty will be present in every case, but we can evaluate your circumstances and present potential outcomes so you are fully prepared.
If you are facing a domestic relations or family law matter, take the time to evaluate all your options and hire the right lawyer the first time. Call our Winston-Salem office at 888-441-8522 to schedule an initial consultation. You may also contact us online.