Top Chapel Hill Child Custody Lawyers - North Carolina

At Miller Law Group, PLLC, in Raleigh, North Carolina, we offer unmatched legal advocacy and support to individuals, families and business owners facing tough and complex legal challenges. Serving clients throughout the Raleigh metro region and all across the state, the attorneys at our law firm possess more than 30 years of combined legal experience, and we have achieved unprecedented success...

Raleigh Divorce Law Firm opened in May 2010. The attorneys at Raleigh Divorce Law Firm have exclusively practiced North Carolina family law for their entire legal careers. The firm only handles divorce, domestic issues, adoptions, appeals of family law issues, and related matters. Domestic issues include child custody, child support, post separation support, alimony, property settlements...

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Founded by experienced attorney Gabriela J. Matthews, the Durham law firm of Gabriela J. Matthews & Associates, P.A., has provided a full range of family law services to the residents of North Carolina's Research Triangle Park, including those living in Durham, Chapel Hill, and Durham and Orange counties, for nearly 20 years. The services the firm proudly provides include the following:...

Welcome to our web site, and thank you for taking the time to learn more about our firm. For years our staff has been practicing all aspects of family law, filing appeals, representing the convicted in appeals and post-conviction matters, preparing simple wills, and associating with a prestigious Raleigh PI firm to handle personal injury matters. We apply rigorous energy, experience, and...

Our firm is dedicated to providing high quality work for each client as an individual, tailoring our work to your needs.  You will be given a voice in the process along with our solid legal advice.  You will be treated with respect, and we will listen to your concerns and questions.  There is no one-size-fits-all solution to family law issues, and we strive to provide the best...

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