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The Cary divorce lawyers of Charles R. Ullman & Associates provide not only the legal help and counseling required of divorce cases, they also provide the personal support and understanding you’ll need to move on to a new phase in your life.
We use our skills and experience to guide you through all aspects of your divorce, including alimony, child custody and support and the division of marital assets. Call us today or complete our online form to schedule a consultation.
Charles R. Ullman, our firm’s founding attorney, has been certified as a Family Law Specialist by the North Carolina State Bar. In addition to being an accomplished trial lawyer, he is also highly skilled in mediation. The mediation process is often chosen by clients as a way to reach mutually acceptable terms for all matters of child custody, financial and medical child support as well as for fostering agreements about property distribution and spousal support. Mediation can also avoid a lengthy and expensive battle in civil court.
In every case, Charles R. Ullman & Associates brings to bear its experience with navigating cases through the North Carolina court system in Wake County.
Any Cary family law case will be litigated in Wake County Courthouse’s civil division. This is also called the Tenth Judicial District Courthouse. The building is located in downtown Raleigh and the Civil Division Clerk’s office is in Room 1110 on the 11th floor. Nearby courthouse parking is available at the Wake County parking deck which has entrances at Cabarrus and Davie Streets.
Any case involving divorce, domestic violence, child custody, child support, alimony and distribution of property matters is handled in the Wake County District Court.
The Wake County District Court Civil Division Clerk’s office operates the Child Support Department, which is located in the Waverly Akins Building (on the 8th Floor) in downtown Raleigh. This office handles a variety of child support issues, including the enforcement of court-ordered child support obligations.
The Cary divorce and family law attorneys of Charles R. Ullman & Associates are dedicated to providing compassionate and professional legal assistance to our clients throughout Wake County. To schedule a consultation about your case, call us today or complete our online form.
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