Right now, in the Courtrooms of North Carolina, thousands of couples are fighting tooth and nail, depleting their life savings on legal bills because of a deep hatred and animosity towards each other… Divorce doesn’t have to be this way.
NC Divorce Laws are complex, which means you will probably need a lawyer to assist you with your divorce. When you first meet with an attorney, most would have you believe that the divorce process in North Carolina is highly contentious and confrontational. I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be that way…
Many individuals are finding that divorce can be civilized, and it can be fair. What most people don’t understand is that the lawyer you choose to represent you will have a large role in dictating how your case will proceed, and whether it will be stressful, litigious and expensive, or civilized and fair.
My law practice was founded on the core principle that litigation should be the last resort in any dispute.
A lot of Raleigh Divorce Attorneys may tell you that they prefer not to go to court, but when push comes to shove, most are inclined to file a lawsuit. However, I believe in utilizing alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation, negotiation, and collaborative law to help resolve legal disputes.
My goal is to build relationships with clients and attorneys alike, with an eye towards solving my client’s problems, rather than create “issues” to be litigated. These goals cannot be achieved when I am litigating a case in court. Deeply rooted relationships are the key to my business model, because they help to create and foster win-win solutions for the parties involved in a dispute, and lead to happier clients.
We welcome you to contact us today with any questions you may have.
Raleigh, North Carolina Divorce Law Firm
Who we are and how we can help you
Raleigh Divorce Lawyer James Hart provides representation and legal counsel to those individuals who are seeking to end their marriage in a civilized manner.
The Hart Family Law Firm provides legal counsel to residents of the Triangle, including Wake, Durham, and Orange counties, as well as throughout the state of North Carolina. As of November 1st, 2011, our office will be conveniently located off of Kildaire Farm Road in Cary, with easy access to Route 1, Interstate 40 and the beltline. This is a great location for residents of Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, North Raleigh and all other areas in Wake County.
Raleigh Divorce Attorney James Hart recognizes that family law and divorce cases are difficult both emotionally and legally. We will work with you to develop “outside the box” solutions to inherently difficult and complicated legal problems. As mentioned above, we are strong advocates for alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as mediation and collaborative divorce. We have found that most clients that work with us will never need to go to court, but in the event you do, we will take whatever steps are necessary to protect your legal interests in the courtroom.
Where to start?
Begin by ordering a copy of your No Cost North Carolina Divorce Guide.
If you haven’t already ordered a copy of our No Cost North Carolina Divorce Guide, please take a minute to do so now! It will be automatically sent to a discrete email address of your choosing, and we promise not to harass you after you order. If you find the information helpful and have questions, please call me.
I’ve read the Divorce Guide… Now What?
After you have had a chance to review the NC divorce guide, the next step is to schedule a divorce assessment. For many people, moving ahead with a divorce is a difficult thing to do, while for others it is very easy. Regardless of where you are in the process, the divorce assessment will help you to evaluate all of your options.
Some of the legal areas in which our family law and divorce attorneys can assist you are:
- NC Divorce Laws
- Collaborative Divorce
- NC Child Support Law
- NC Alimony
- Equitable Property Distribution
- NC Child Custody Laws
- Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
- Emergency Problems
- Property Rights
- Post Judgment and Modification Proceedings
Read more about NC Divorce Laws.
Call or contact us to learn more about your legal options and to schedule a Divorce Assessment.