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Kennedy Law Associates - Charlotte, NC

14835 Ballantyne Village WaySuite 225 Charlotte, NC 28277- 4305

Updated: 06/21/2022

Charlotte Family Law Firm


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 less adversarial ways to reach an agreement...

About Kennedy Law Associates

Practice Areas

  • Family Law

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Marsha C. Kennedy

Classes and Seminars

  • Speaker, Split Dollar Insurance, Northwestern Financial Network's Annual Convention

Pro Bono Activities

  • Myers Park United Methodist Church, Member
  • Stephen's Minister
  • Church in the Round, Choir Member
  • Team Manager, South Charlotte Soccer Club U17 Girls Samba Team
  • Ardrey Kell High School - Booster Club, Liason for the JV and Varisity Soccer Programs
  • Volunteer Attorney, Council for Children's Rights
  • Volunteer Attorney, United Family Services - Legal Representation Project




  • Madison Baumgardner, Paralegal

Office Information


14835 Ballantyne Village WaySuite 225 Charlotte, NC 28277- 4305


  • 704-369-5600

Offers Free Initial Consultation


Accepts Credit Cards


Office Hours

Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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  • Family Law Lawyers
    Divorce doesn't have to be a difficult process in North Carolina. We live in a no-fault divorce state, which means that neither side has to prove that the other side was at fault for the breakup of the marriage.
  • Alimony/Spousal Support
    In North Carolina, you must live separately for one year before you can file for divorce. Many people do not understand exactly what it means to live separately.
  • Spousal Support
    North Carolina can order one spouse to pay alimony or support to the other while they are separated and after divorce.
  • Estate Planning Attorneys
    It is never too early to begin thinking about your family's future. Proper estate planning can help provide you with peace of mind and help avoid confusion among your family members.
  • Child Custody Lawyers
    In North Carolina, any parent, relative, or other person, agency, organization or institution claiming the right to custody of a minor child may institute an action or proceeding for the custody of such child. N.C.G.S. 50-13.1.

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