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During a divorce, tensions tend to run high, causing very common issues to become complicated very quickly. Spouses tend to ask: Who gets to stay in the house? Am I going to lose the car I drive? Am I going to have to buy my ex-spouse a new car? Who are the kids going to live with? Am I going to be responsible for my ex-spouse’s debt? What is going to happen to the debt we have together? Am I going to get financial support during our separation and after we divorce?

At Randall & Stump, PLLC, our Charlotte family & divorce attorneys will work tirelessly to help you through this stressful and difficult time in your life. Our attorneys take a cutting edge approach to handling divorce, child custody, adoption and other family-related legal matters across the State of North Carolina. Unlike your typical court case, a divorce case is far more complex and involved. To learn more about the steps along the way, in the separation and divorce process, in North Carolina, see our Family Law Overview.

A Skilled Family Law Firm that Understands the Best Strategy to Employ for its Clients

At Randall & Stump, PLLC, we understand that you cannot take a “cookie cutter” approach to all cases. The strategy for handling each case is specific to the circumstances and needs of each particular client. In some cases, the individuals involved are willing to handle issues amicably, and the strategy is much more relaxed and straightforward. In other cases, the tension is at an all-time high, and resolving issues will not be as cordial. In those cases, we are ready to employ creative and aggressive strategies to secure the best outcomes for our clients, whether we are in the negotiation process or at trial in court. No matter the strategy, our client comes first, not the other side!

“We treat our clients like people, not file numbers. If you call our office to speak to your lawyer, you will. Every attorney in our firm has courtroom experience, and none of our lawyers are afraid to take your case to court. Our attorneys will fight tooth and nail for you, if needed to reach your goals.”

At Randall & Stump, PLLC, we pride ourselves on delivering top-notch legal services to our clients no matter if it’s a simple divorce or a complex case with a number of legal issues to hash out between the parties.

While you may not understand where to begin, the attorneys at Randall & Stump, PLLC do! Our goal is to guide you through the separation and divorce process while taking into consideration your unique circumstances. We want to ensure what’s important to you is protected to achieve the best possible result we can in your particular case.

Contact Our Charlotte Family & Divorce Attorneys Today

When you’re ready to consult with an attorney, contact the Charlotte divorce attorneys at Randall & Stump, PLLC so we can start fighting for you! Contact us online or by telephone at 980-237-4579 to arrange an initial consultation with a skilled Charlotte Family Law lawyer.

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Samuel Ja. Randall IV

Samuel J. Randall IV

Managing Partner

Since 1998, Samuel J. Randall, IV has built a solid reputation among his peers, adversaries and the judiciary in Southeastern North Carolina as an aggressive and skilled criminal defense lawyer and advocate for his clients. Mr. Randall has represented hundreds of clients in criminal defense matters in the Federal and State courts of North Carolina. Mr. Randall’s clients have been accused of every crime in the book, ranging from the most serious of matters, such as First Degree Murder and Drug Trafficking to lesser charges such as Shoplifting, and Traffic Violations.

"I worked with Samuel and he did a fantastic job. I had gotten a speeding ticket with a really high fine attached to it and he got it dismissed entirely! He was very easy to work with and took care of pretty much everything - after a brief phone call to discuss the context of my ticket, all ll I had to do was send a check, sign a waiver of appearance and he appeared in court on my behalf and totally handled it."
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Ryan D. Stump

Ryan D. Stump

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Ryan D. Stump represents clients in criminal defense matters in both the Federal and State court systems located across North Carolina. A North Carolina native, Mr. Stump received his B.A., graduating cum laude, from Campbell University and his J.D. from Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. While the majority of his experience is from the defense table, Mr. Stump also worked with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina. During his time with the U.S. Attorney’s office, Mr. Stump worked with the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (“OCDEFT”), where he focused on aiding the investigation and prosecution of federal drug and organized crime matters.

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