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Charlotte Divorce Lawyers

During a divorce, tensions tend to run high, which may result in seemingly straightforward, common legal issues to become complicated very quickly.  Our Charlotte divorce lawyers are here to help if you have questions about:

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? Can I file for divorce on my own, or should I hire a divorce lawyer in Charlotte? How much is child support?  Who gets the kids?

Our Charlotte divorce attorneys will guide you through this stressful and difficult time in your life. We take a cutting-edge approach to handling divorce, child custody, adoption and other family-related legal matters across the State of North Carolina, employing technology to make the process easier on you.

Unlike your typical court case, a divorce case is often far more complex and involved. Contact us today to learn more about the steps along the way, in the North Carolina separation and divorce process.

Family Law Attorneys Who Listen to Their Clients

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 help our clients, whether we are in the negotiation process or at trial in court. No matter the strategy, legal services necessarily involve listening to clients and explaining the different family law matters to them.

We are courtroom advocates, dedicated to tenacity, preparation, and hard work – Bill Powers, Divorce Lawyer Charlotte NC

It may take formal litigation and a ruling by the Court before reason prevails.  An experienced family law attorney will carefully analyze the marital history, making certain to consider the implications of equitable distribution, a cheating spouse, claims for Alienation of Affection, Criminal Conversation, post-separation support (PSS in North Carolina), interim distributions, and child support.

Obtaining an absolute divorce in North Carolina may be more complicated than you realize.  You may not be able to immediately file for divorce, contrary to how other states may operate.

We provide legal services to our clients from a simple divorce to complex case with a number of legal issues to hash out between the parties.  That may include child custody, visitation, support, and enforcement of pending Court Orders (Motions to Show Cause and Show Cause Orders).

While you may not understand where to begin, our Charlotte family lawyers 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 Divorce Lawyers to Get Your Questions Answered

When you’re ready to consult with an attorney, contact the Charlotte divorce attorneys at Powers Landreth PLLC so we can start fighting for you! Contact us online or by telephone at 704-342-4357 to arrange an initial consultation with Charlotte family law attorney Bill Powers.

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Bill Powers

Managing Partner / Founder

Bill Powers Has a Passion for Clients
Bill Powers views his job as Charlotte family law attorney as an opportunity to help clients who need legal representation for separation, divorce, and child custody legal issues through difficult times.

“It truly is an honor to serve people and provide legal advice. I take my role as a domestic lawyer seriously, while also doing my best to always remember to be kind, compassionate, and understanding of what clients are facing. We meet people at their point of need.”

I am so fortunate to have had Bill Powers on my case. Upon our first meeting, Bill insisted that through the emotions of anger, sadness, confusion, and betrayal that I remain resilient. He was available to answer questions with researched, logical, truthful answers throughout our two-year stretch together. I went to any lengths for my case because he won my trust almost immediately…
I contacted over 20 attorneys and Bill Powers was the only one that got back to me and was willing to help. He was kind and professional. He helped me get answers that I have been trying to get for years. I am so thankful for all his help and would recommend him easily. Simply FANTASTIC.
Bill Powers contacted me very shortly after I submitted an inquiry. He is incredibly knowledgeable about laws and all the requirements in North Carolina. When working with him, he patiently answered any and all questions I had in great detail. I always had the feeling he was looking to help ME, and not all about business. I would HIGHLY recommend Bill Powers and his law firm to anyone needing help in the area. You will be very happy with the result!
Ryan D. Stump

John Landreth

Managing Partner

John Landreth Works Hard for His Clients
Charlotte divorce lawyer John Landreth helps Carolinians with the legal matters of separation, divorce, child custody, alimony, and modifications. All these proceedings have a big emotional side to them, and John shows his clients compassion and empathy as they go through life-altering events that they may not have wished for.

John was very professional when handling my case. He took the time to develop a winning strategy for success. After John reviewed my options and best tactical approach I was convinced that John Landreth was the right attorney for the job.
John and all the people at Bill Powers office were extremely professional and understanding, from the start I felt comfortable with all of them. I was referred by a good friend and it was the best advice he had ever given me. John was tough with the court but didn’t overstep the line to aggravate the situation. He was timely, easy to contact if I had questions and professional but down to to earth…
Without a doubt Mr. Landreth is the best lawyer for the job. He took the time to actually listen to what I had to say and then advised me on what I might and could expect. He was spot-on. I had ben living with this hanging over my head and Mr. Landreth was able to bring my matter to a swift and agreeable conclusion. I can’t praise Mr. Landreth and his firm enough. If you want a lawyer that will act in your best interest, then look no further.

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