Finding Effective Legal Representation In A Divorce

Filing for divorce can be one of the biggest challenges you'll ever face — but it doesn't have to be as dreadful as you might think. Life goes on after marital separation, and the quality of yours can depend on the type of legal representation you solicit.

Concord, North Carolina, is a rapidly growing city whose busy inhabitants and families change and grow with the times. As they do, their experiences may begin to diverge and the interests grow apart. At Billick Family Law, we are here to help you make sure these divergences — and the legal aspects of your divorce — go as smoothly as possible. As a knowledgeable, certified mediator and legal advisor, Amber Billick will put her know-how to work to make divorce less painful.

File For Divorce Without Fear

Going through any new experience can be frightening, but your willingness to familiarize yourself with the process can make the unknown far less intimidating. Divorce proceedings involve far more than just family law: Talking to a legal advisor about what's ahead can help you take a firm stance and prepare you for events like:

  • Property division that impacts tangible assets, real estate, financial holdings and retirement plans
  • Child and spousal support orders
  • Modifications to previous custody and support agreements

At Billick Family Law, we understand what you're going through. We will go head-to-head with your ex, their lawyer and other legal representatives to protect your best interests and those of your children. When you're worried about what your future might look like, you can depend on our expertise to help you strengthen your foundation and position you for a better tomorrow.

Could Mediation Improve Your Divorce?

Going to court isn't your only option for dealing with a tough divorce. Although you may have a mental image of judges as the ultimate arbitrators, waiting until you're in court may not be the best way to maintain control over your future.

Negotiating a mediated resolution, before a judge saddles you with responsibilities you have no choice but to fulfill, may be your best chance of keeping your separation amicable. Contact us online or talk to Billick Family Law about your divorce options today by calling 704-490-4054. We can help you more forward with grace and confidence.