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The divorce and family law attorneys of Charles R. Ullman & Associates have skillfully served Raleigh, Cary and communities throughout Wake County for over a decade. Our firm has an office located in Raleigh.
Charles R. Ullman is certified as a Specialist in Family Law by the North Carolina State Bar. In addition to being a seasoned trial attorney, he is also skilled at mediation – a process in which parties can negotiate with each other and reach settlement agreements without going to court.
Our firm assists clients in a variety of domestic and marital law practice areas, including:
It is our goal to help our clients resolve each and every issue that arises in their case as quickly and efficiently as possible so that they can move on with their new lives. You can trust us to discreetly and skillfully guide you through the financial and legal process.
Charles R. Ullman & Associates takes pride in being well respected by Wake County’s lawyers and judges.
In Wake County, all family law cases go through the Civil Division of the Wake County Courthouse, which is also known as the Tenth Judicial District Courthouse. The courthouse is located at 316 Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh. The clerk’s office for the Civil Division is on the 11th floor of the courthouse in Room 1110.
Family law cases, or what the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts calls “domestic relations lawsuits,” are litigated in Wake County District Court. These matters include domestic violence, child custody, child support, equitable distribution of property, alimony and absolute divorce based on a one-year separation.
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