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Top Bahama Collaborative Lawyers - North Carolina

Reinhardt Milam & Idol, PLLC. is a law firm located in Durham, North Carolina, the heart of the Research Triangle Park area. See our Contacts Page for detailed information on our office. Our attorneys are ready to help you with your North Carolina legal needs, such as Residential and commercial real estate closings Divorces, Mediation and Family Law General Civil Litigation Foreclosures...

  • For more than 18 years, I have been honored to help clients through what is often the most difficult time of their lives, whether it is related to a divorce or a child custody or support  dispute. My practice style is "hands-on" and I don't take the cookie cutter approach.  Instead, I prefer to work with my client to decide the most effective means of resolving the legal...

  • Divorce is a personal, emotional, and difficult time for families, which is why Concord lawyer Aimee E. Cain offers compassionate and effective approaches to family law matters. At the Law Offices of Aimee E. Cain, our goal is to obtain the best results possible for our clients so they may confidently move forward to the next stage in their lives. Providing our clients with skilled representation...

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    The Carolina Law Group offers dedicated family law counsel, helping people navigate some of the most trying experience of their lives. The law firm proudly serves clients in New Bern, North Carolina, and throughout the surrounding area. Providing comprehensive support and focused counsel, the attorneys provide representation with matters such as divorce, child custody and visitation, child...

  • Based in New Bern, North Carolina, we at Quay & Associates, P.A., provide skilled legal representation and guidance to individuals across the region. We focus our efforts on the areas of divorce, family law and estate planning. Our law firm understands what is at stake for our clients facing family issues, and strives to find constructive solutions to all parts of divorce, from child custody...

  • Attorney Tonya Graser Smith is the founder and managing member at the Charlotte law firm of Graser Smith, PLLC, where she focuses exclusively on family law, as she has done since 2007. At the firm, she offers representation, guidance and support to clients from Mecklenburg County and the surrounding areas in North Carolina who face delicate family challenges such as: Divorce Equitable distribution...

  • When an individual hires a family law attorney, they are seeking guidance to navigate a trying time. At Regent Law, we understand how uniquely challenging these occasions can be. We are passionate about aiding our clients as they take measures to move forward with their lives. Serving Charlotte, North Carolina, and its surrounding communities, we offer committed and caring representation in the...

  • Kennedy Law Associates is one of the few dedicated family law firms in the south Charlotte area of North Carolina. The firm’s philosophy is to help our clients find a more civil and amicable way to divorce. Litigation is by nature an adversarial process. However, an adversarial approach can have a high emotional and financial cost. Our lawyers favor mediation and collaborative law as...

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    At Carolina Law Group, attorneys who combine decades of experience in family law, personal injury and criminal defense serve Havelock, New Bern and Morehead City, North Carolina. From start to finish, the team at this law office remains professional and straightforward with clients. Understandably, any of these legal situations can create concerns over what lies ahead. When working with these...

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Collaborative law, also known as divorce mediation, is a results-focused, out-of-court process used to  resolve disputes - usually divorce and other related property, child custody, and support issues.

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