Family legal issues may require you to make some very difficult and important decisions that can substantially affect your life, as well as the lives of your minor children. To make informed decisions during these difficult times, you should fully understand your options, and the benefits and consequences surrounding those options.
Our family law attorneys in Monroe, NC offer skilled, supportive, and experienced representation in providing you with the information that you need to make intelligent and informed decisions. If you are seeking practical solutions in a family law matter, you can trust our experienced Monroe family law lawyers to provide you with accurate information and sound advice as we guide you through the important decisions that may impact you for the rest of your life.
We can assist you in finding answers to a full range of family law issues that require devoted experience.
Each of these issues presents unique legal problems that only an experienced family law attorney can identify. Instead of hiring someone who does family law on the side, look for an attorney with substantial experience in this area. To help you identify whether we are the right lawyer for you, we offer potential clients a consultation at a reduced rate where you can meet with a member of our team. You can ask any questions you want to get a feel for the services we provide and our overall philosophy toward resolving family law disputes.
Experienced Family Law Attorneys
Our team of attorneys at Perry, Bundy, Plyler, & Long, LLP, has extensive knowledge in handling the following and more aspects of family law in Monroe:
- Alimony and Post-Separation Support
- Child Custody and Support
- Equitable Distribution and Property Settlement
- Mediation Services
- Parenting Coordinator Services
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements
- Separation Agreements
- Termination of Parental Rights
- Domestic Violence
- Alienation of Affection
- Criminal Conversation
Affording Our Monroe Family Law Attorneys
Many people with a family law dispute in Union County try to handle their case themselves – often with predictably disastrous results. Family law disputes are high-stakes, and you need an attorney with experience in this area to protect your rights. Many people who represent themselves miss critical deadlines, don’t request what they want, or fail to gather sufficient evidence to support their positions.
If you go to court, the fact of the matter is, you may have only one shot to convince a judge that your position is the correct one. If you fail, then you are starting from a disadvantage if you try to modify a decree. Of course, it is perfectly understandable to be worried about costs. However, the costs of not hiring a Monroe family law attorney are often greater: it costs more to fix a separation agreement, custody agreement, divorce, or adoption that was handled improperly. If you don’t have an attorney, you could pay more in child support or alimony than you otherwise would. Similarly, you might get far less than you are entitled to. In other words, you could be leaving money on the table.
Not thinking through all the complications that come with divorce means that you often have post-agreement and/or post-decree disputes revolving around visitation, child support, post-separation support and alimony, and property division. Additionally, “home-grown” or form internet agreements are quite often not enforceable and lead to more costly problems down the road. It costs time and money to resolve these disputes, which an attorney could have handled the first time around when you were pursuing these issues.
In truth, you can spend money now to resolve the family law dispute the right way or you can pay more later to try to clean up the mess you made.
Resolving Disputes Outside of Court
Lawsuits are stressful, expensive, and time-consuming. Although they are sometimes unavoidable, you can often resolve a dispute using a separation agreement, a consent order, mediation, or another alternative dispute resolution technique. At our firm, we have helped clients resolve some of the most emotional family law disputes all without going to court. To check whether or not this is an option, you need an experienced family law attorney by your side. At Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, LLP, we listen to our client’s desires and help map out a pathway to accomplish their goals.
The Family Law Attorneys to Call in Monroe, NC
If you are in the midst of a family law dispute, or if you see one fast approaching, give our firm a call. We will set up an appointment to meet with you to better understand your dispute and how you hope to resolve it. Contact us today to schedule your reduced initial consultation.
From our Monroe office, we proudly assist people in need of help with family law matters. We zealously help the people of Union, Anson, and Stanly Counties including but not limited to Waxhaw, Wesley Chapel, Indian Trail, Weddington, Unionville, Mineral Springs, Lake Park, Stallings, Hemby Bridge, and Wingate.
With over 110 years of combined legal experience, you can trust your case with us.
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