Top Otto Collaborative Lawyers - North Carolina

  • 215 N. Main Street Rutherfordton NC 28139 35.368443 -81.95728

    1. Rutherfordton, NC With 12 law offices located across North and South Carolina, King Law offers a full range of legal services aimed at helping individuals, families and business owners with virtually any legal need they may have. From our office in Rutherfordton, North Carolina, the attorneys at our law firm serve clients throughout Rutherford County and the surrounding areas who have legal...

  • 14835 Ballantyne Village Way,Suite 225 Charlotte NC 28277 35.062977 -80.85591

    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...

  • 223 East Blvd Charlotte NC 28203 35.211372 -80.856575

    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...

  • 1515 Mockingbird Lane,Suite 4115 Charlotte NC 28209 35.167465 -80.84907

    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...

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