Experienced Family Law Attorneys

The facts say it all: Nearly 50 percent of all new marriages will end in divorce. While a divorce can be a painful experience, having an experienced Charlotte divorce attorney by your side can make the whole process faster, easier and less harmful to all parties involved.

Only a very small percentage of North Carolina lawyers are board-certified in family law. Certification is important to you because it assures you that a specific lawyer's skills, integrity and experience have been carefully scrutinized by a board of experts and found to be exceptional.

For over 50 years, Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC, has helped Charlotte individuals and families deal with the complicated, often contentious details of divorce and other pressing family law matters. Call 704-323-7833 to learn more.

A Board-Certified Family Law Specialist On Your Side

Attorneys Michael Romano and Richard B. Johnson are board-certified family law specialists in North Carolina who understand the unique challenges you face. Their experience and ability to handle complex family law matters is just one of the many reasons our law firm is right for you.

You need to be aware of your options and obligations under the law. The sooner you begin to prepare, the better off you will be when it comes time to make decisions. With his service on the Mecklenburg County Bar Fee Dispute Resolution Committee, Greg Plumides and our other attorneys are committed to offering fair rates for legal work.

Which Divorce Issues Do You Need To Resolve?

Many people don't realize that when they file for divorce, they must also file for alimony and property division at the same time. In addition, divorcing couples may not properly consider all factors of the divorce process such as tax implications and complex child custody arrangements.

At Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC, our divorce lawyers will help you with every aspect of your divorce, including:

  • Determining marital property, including such items as inheritance money and gifts
  • Dividing property according to equitable distribution principles
  • Understanding child support and the factors that go into determining an accurate amount
  • Understanding the tax and financial implications of spousal support (alimony)
  • Arranging a child custody and visitation schedule
  • Granting orders of protection in domestic violence cases
  • Modifying existing court orders concerning child custody, visitation, child support or alimony (post-decree modifications)
  • Providing assistance with legal separation and the drafting of separation agreements

Guiding You Through Every Step Of The Divorce Process

Although a divorce means your marriage will end, your life will go on, even though it may be hard to see through the emotional pain of the moment. We'll guide you through this difficult time every step of the way. Our goal is to get you through your divorce quickly and efficiently, with a minimum amount of stress on you and your children.

Our experienced attorneys can provide knowledgeable advice concerning child support, alimony laws and other important aspects of your divorce. Together, we will analyze your situation, discuss your options and begin planning for you and your children's future.

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