Experienced Assistance With Family Law Issues
People have many questions when it comes to family law matters. At Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, P.A., we have been helping families with divorce, child custody, property division and related matters since 1969. We can answer your questions and provide you with honest advice and representation in your family law matter.
Our Family Law Services
Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry, P.A. , is a team of four attorneys committed to helping clients with tough family law matters. If you are facing divorce or another family law matter, you probably have a list of questions that need answering. We are committed to providing the information you need to make smart decisions about your future and the future of your family.
We can help you with any of the following family law matters:
- Divorce — Divorcing couples in North Carolina are required to live under separate roofs for one year before a divorce can be finalized. Our firm’s lawyers will help you establish the date of your separation. You may not have to appear in court to finalize your divorce.
- Child Custody and Child Support — We will help you make decisions that are in the best interests of your children. North Carolina has established guidelines regarding child support and numerous laws pertaining to custody.
- Property Division and Spousal Support — In divorce, your property will be divided equitably, which does not necessarily mean it will be divided 50/50. We can explain your options, guide you through mandatory mediation, and help you protect your financial interests. Often, property division and spousal support impact one another. Spousal support is awarded based on numerous factors. The amount and duration of spousal support varies in every case, making it very important to seek an attorney’s advice when considering this issue.
- Restraining Orders — If domestic violence is involved, we can help spouses and their families protect themselves with a domestic violence protective order.
The attorneys at our firm are also available to represent juveniles and adults in abuse, neglect, and dependency cases.