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The Cary divorce lawyers of Charles R. Ullman & Associates provide not only the legal help and counseling required in divorce cases, but they also provide the personal support and understanding you will need to move on to a new phase in your life.
Our law firm can start by helping help you determine whether you qualify for a North Carolina no-fault divorce. This is available if you can establish one of two grounds:
If you have not been separated for a year, we can advise you about the requirements of separation in North Carolina and assist you with the paperwork, negotiations and other phases of the divorce process.
Our experienced attorneys at Charles R. Ullman & Associates can guide you through all aspects of your divorce, including child custody and support, the division of marital assets and alimony.
Get started by calling us today or completing our online form to schedule a consultation.
North Carolina’s no-fault divorce laws mean there is no need to prove marital fault such as adultery, cruel and abusive behavior, economic waste, habitual drunkenness or addiction in order to obtain an absolute divorce.
This may sound like obtaining a no-fault divorce in Cary is a simple process. But in reality, the process can be much more complicated. How you navigate the difficult issues that arise can end up having a lasting financial and emotional impact.
This is why it’s important to work with an experienced divorce lawyer who will provide compassionate and professional legal assistance to help you through your divorce.
The Cary divorce attorneys of Charles R. Ullman & Associates can help you with:
Charles R. Ullman is a board-certified Family Law Specialist, a certification that requires extensive experience, favorable evaluations by other lawyers and judges and passing a written examination in family law. He can put his skills and experience to work for you.
Charles R. Ullman & Associates is dedicated to providing compassionate and professional legal assistance to clients in Cary and throughout Wake County.
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. To schedule a consultation, call or contact us online today.
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