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Your Divorce Attorney
Virtually no married couple plans on getting a divorce. But the reality is it continues to be a problem that many experience sooner or later. If divorce is affecting you, we can help.
On Your Side
A Divorce Lawyer Who Represents You
No marriage is perfect. But sometimes the discord becomes so great that one or both parties decide on divorce as the only alternative. Regrettable, but understandable nonetheless.
Divorce continues to be one of the most common legal problems in the field of family law. And when you’re facing the prospect of a divorce in North Carolina (even uncontested), it’s important to retain legal representation.
You may have ended up on this page because you know a divorce is imminent in your marriage. Or even that your spouse has already filed for divorce, and you don’t know where to start.
The best advice we can give is to act promptly and rationally. You need a qualified, dedicated attorney who will act quickly and decisively to protect you, your assets, and your rights.
Don’t let your voice go unheard. You need representation who is looking out for you. Spagnola Law Firm is your advocate.
Keep your property and finances safe. Retain an attorney who understands what you need for security and comfort.
Don’t give up any of your rights without a fight. Assert your rights as a parent and know where you stand legally.
Your Legal Advocate
The prospect of having to appear in court or file legal motions can be intimidating. Between court dates, motions, and banging gavels, it’s tough to know where you stand and what your next moves should be.
That’s why we take a personal approach with all of our clients. We want to demystify the entire process. So you know exactly where stand and what your options are moving forward. The Spagnola Law Firm is your legal advocate and partner.
Whether it’s filing for a divorce or anything else within the realm of family law, we want you to rest easy knowing exactly what’s happening with your case.
That’s how we not only achieve satisfactory resolutions in NC divorce cases, but also provide peace of mind.
Asserting Your Rights
Two Decades of Experience
In the emotionally difficult time leading up to a divorce, it’s especially important to have legal counsel. You need someone who’s legally representing your best interests and your rights.
When going through the court system for a divorce in North Carolina, you need a legal advocate and advisor. The Spagnola Law Firm has been providing sound legal advice and representation to NC couples for more than 20 years.
Together, we’ll determine a reasonable and practical plan for your divorce. The course of action we plot takes into account you, your best interests, and your rights as a spouse or parent. Don’t let yourself get railroaded or sold on snake oil.
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About Spagnola Law
Effective Legal Representation in Greensboro, NC
The North Carolina legal system is a big place. It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle.
Finding the right legal representation is the best first step you can take. It’s how you can begin drawing up a game-plan and know your options moving forward.
The Spagnola Law Firm has worked with hundreds of families and businesses in Greensboro and other areas of the Triad. We know the local legal system and we know how to protect your rights, interests, and assets. We consistently deliver the best results we can for every single client.
We believe everyone deserves not only their day in court, but fair and effective legal representation when that day comes. Everyone deserves a good lawyer.
If you’re facing the NC court system, we can help. We learn every nuance of your specific case to ensure you have the best legal counsel when that day comes.
Do I Need a Separation Agreement?
The only basic requirement for a divorce in NC is that both parties be separated for one year and that the court has jurisdiction over one party. A written separation agreement is not necessary, but you do need to live separately.
What Is an "Uncontested Divorce?"
An uncontested divorce is when both parties agree to the divorce and have already agreed to all other issues related to the marriage before the divorce is filed. Basically, there are no disputes on custody, child support, alimony, or property.
How Long Does a Divorce Take?
Excluding the one year separation period, we can obtain an uncontested divorce for our clients within 45 days of retaining our legal services. Contested divorces may take longer, as they may require more filings and agreements to be agreed upon.
Why Spagnola Law for Divorce?
We’ve proven to be effective legal advocates for couples looking for divorce representation in Greensboro and the Triad of NC. We’ve achieved favorable resolutions for many of our clients, and we can work toward achieving them for you too.