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Hatcher Law Group is proud to announce the launch of a newly designed website. We invite you to explore the site today & watch our "Get to Know Us" video.
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Hatcher Law Group Welcomes Katie Varner
M. Katherine “Katie” Varner has joined Hatcher Law Group as the Firm's newest family law attorney.
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Kyle LeBlanc to Speak on CLE Panel
Kyle LeBlanc will will represent the MCB Young Lawyers Division as a panelist during the Professionalism for New Attorneys CLE on Wednesday, April 27.
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Paul A. DeJesse, Jr. will speak at the upcoming Family Law Section Meet-Up on the topic of child custody hearings.
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North Carolina is one of the few remaining states which recognize the actions of alienation of affection and criminal conversation
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Over the weekend, the Ashley Madison website was hacked, and personal information for some of its users was published online. With hacks such as these, it is paramount to remind individuals of the devastating consequences of cheating.
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Dan Lewis will speak at tonight's Family Law Clinic hosted by the Mecklenburg County Women's Commission.
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When spouses decide to go their separate ways, it is important to know how the property acquired before, during and after marriage will be divided.
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The Supreme Court recently ruled 5-4 in favor of the petitioners in Obergefell v. Hodges establishing the constitutionality of same-sex marriage.
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Father’s Day and family law go hand-in-hand, as fathers play important roles in the lives of their children. One of the many ways in which we assist clients is through the establishment and modification of child custody rights.
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