Divorce And Separation Agreements

Seek Professional Advice When Considering a Divorce Lawyer In Concord, North Carolina

When meeting with clients and helping them determine their goals for divorce, compassion and careful advice is key. When negotiating with the client's spouse, however, Concord divorce attorney Amber Billick take a protective and aggressive stance to protect our client's best interests throughout the process.

At Baker Billick, P.A., we understand that early help from a lawyer is critical in divorce cases. Otherwise, you may lose important legal rights regarding your children and your financial assets. The way your divorce agreement is written can have long-lasting effects on your future, your financial stability and your children's future.

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Compassionate With Clients, Protective of Their Interests

There are two types of divorce in North Carolina: absolute divorce and divorce from bed and board. To get an absolute divorce, the parties must live in separate households for a year and at least one party must intend for the marriage to end. You do not have to have a legal separation agreement for the separation period to be recognized. However, if you choose to create a separation agreement, we can help.

If you and your spouse cannot agree on issues such as child custody or division of property or debt, mediation may be an option. However, litigation may be the only answer for a contested divorce. We will protect your rights in negotiations and at trial.

A divorce from bed and board is a court-ordered separation based on the fault of one spouse and the innocence of the complaining spouse. This can be a challenging issue, so we suggest discussing it with attorney Amber Billick.

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