Before the North Carolina Divorce Guide was created by Raleigh Divorce Lawyer James Hart, it was almost impossible to get good, useful information about what you can expect when you file for divorce, without visiting with or hiring a lawyer.
If you are thinking about beginning to take the steps necessary to file for divorce, which in North Carolina means separating from your spouse, then you probably are very nervous about your legal options and the thought of meeting with an attorney. Maybe you’ve looked at some lawyer ads or visited some websites, but, because most lawyer ads don’t provide any useful information (they just want to get you in for a free or paid “consultation”) you probably
Are More Confused than Ever!
This popular North Carolina Divorce Guide will answer your questions and help you avoid some common traps and pitfalls about filing for divorce. I believe that when considering a divorce, your first meeting with an attorney is the most important meeting of the divorce process.
Here are some of the things that you will learn from this exciting new guide:
- How to determine whether or not you even need a lawyer
- A 12 step system that will prepare you for the divorce process
- Tips and Strategies to help you keep your legal bill low
- The different types of divorce lawyers, and why it is important to hire the right lawyer for your case
- The things you need to know NOW, before you call your first attorney
- Five important questions that you should ask every attorney you are considering hiring
I Highly Recommend That You Read the North Carolina Divorce Guide In A Private, Comfortable Place BEFORE You Call Or Visit An Attorney For Your Initial Divorce Consultation
Here’s my personal promise.
No Hard Sell Here — I Don’t Need to Do That
I promise not to bug you after I email you this North Carolina Divorce Guide. If you like what you see, call me. Don’t worry, I won’t be calling you about whether you have “made a decision” or not. I will follow up with a couple of emails just to make sure you got the guide o.k. and to make sure you don’t have any questions, so it is extremely important that you provide an email address that your spouse does NOT have access to. My only goal here is to make you a more informed consumer. Enter your information below and we’ll send you the guide right away.
Thank you for your time and interest!
James W. Hart, Esq.
PS – When you order the North Carolina Divorce Guide, look for a confirmation email, followed by an email with the Guide attached as a pdf file. We guarantee that you will be a more informed consumer, and in a better position to hire a competent divorce lawyer for your case, after taking the time to read this Guide.