When a legal issue affecting you and your family arises, it is important that you use the services of a capable and compassionate attorney. Part of being a compassionate attorney means having the ability to take a step back and realize how the disposition of your particular issue affects your entire family.
Furthermore, a competent family attorney should be the voice of reason in a time where the client may be overwhelmed with fear, anxiety and uncertainty. Rather than making decisions based on haste and emotion, your family law attorney will help you assess your situation thoroughly, so that you may move forward in a way that promotes the best interests of you and your family. However, if the time comes where your issue cannot be resolved in an amicable fashion, our attorneys will aggressively litigate your case through the judicial process to protect you and your family’s interests.
The following is a list of areas within family law that we practice:
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Equitable Distribution of Marital Assets (including the division of retirement accounts via QDRO)
- Prenuptial Agreements, Postnuptial Agreements, and Separation Agreements
- Emergency Custody
- Collaborative Law
- 50B and 50C No Contact Orders (restraining orders)
- Guardianships (of adults and minor children)
With offices in both Union and Mecklenburg Counties, Smith Horton Law represents clients from Charlotte, Monroe, Indian Trail, Weddington, Marvin, Waxhaw, Stallings, Marshville and Huntersville. As such, whether you live in Union or Mecklenburg County, Smith Horton Law has an office near you.
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