Hatcher Law Group attorneys specialize in all aspects of Family Law. Whether you need guidance with divorce, alimony, child custody, prenuptial agreements or other family law related matters, our lawyers are dedicated to meeting your needs. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to schedule a consultation. We are happy to provide more details on Family Law below:
Almost all marriages began with hope, love, and the belief that husband and wife will separate only at death. Sadly, for a number of reasons, marriages are ending at an alarming rate in our society today due to divorce. Estimates nationwide indicate that at least one in three marriages will end in divorce. Most of us have had family members or friends who have gone through a divorce. If you are reading these words, chances are that you or someone you care about may be contemplating or resolving a divorce in North Carolina. The information provided on these pages is placed here to educate the public about the laws of North Carolina that affect family and marriages. However, as informative and in-depth as the words are on the site, you should always remember that each case is different. There is rarely that “one size fits all” approach to the dissolution of a marriage or family. We invite you to educate yourself with the information on this site, but suggest you not take any action before speaking with an experienced family law attorney.
Hatcher Law Group’s offices are located in Charlotte, North Carolina but in addition to representing clients in Mecklenburg County, we also practice in Concord and Cabarrus County, North Carolina, Statesville and Iredell County, North Carolina, Monroe and Union County, North Carolina, and Gastonia and Gaston County, North Carolina.
At Hatcher Law Group, we believe that the best way to ease the pain associated with divorce is to educate our clients about their rights following separation and leading to divorce. Too often, husbands and wives and mothers and fathers fail to protect themselves or their children because they simply do not understand North Carolina’s laws and their rights regarding divorce and/or child custody. Our attorneys have created the family law portion of this site with hopes of providing you, the reader, with insight into North Carolina’s laws on divorce and tools to help you through your separation. To view North Carolina’s divorce related laws, simply click here. We offer a child support calculator to assist you in determining child support obligations under North Carolina’s presumptive guidelines. The laws and how they affect someone going through divorce or a custody battle are explained step-by-step in our family law practice area topics. Finally, we are always happy to provide more information on these divorce topics if you contact us or make an appointment to meet with any of our family law attorneys in our Charlotte offices. Separation and divorce are tough enough; you don’t have to go through it alone. Let us help.