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Family Law / Divorce
There are certain words parents and spouses never want to hear or ever think they will never hear spoken about their lives: separation, divorce, child custody, alimony, child support, equitable distribution and property division. Divorce and family law are very sensitive subjects, and in the Fayetteville region, where we have Fort Bragg traversing Cumberland, Harnett, Moore and Hoke counties, we have service members and dependent spouses and children that require an even more heightened skill and knowledge set due to the intricacies and fluidity brought about by the military and family law situations.
The Richardson Firm’s attorneys and staff know how difficult divorce, separation, custody fights and family court proceedings can be on anyone, and with our experience in handling military matters, we understand how Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps personnel and retirees have special considerations in family law situations. Even after retirement, former service men and women need the knowledge and skill of a firm well versed in military divorce, and The Richardson Firm offers that to each and every client.
Our non-military civilian clients can rely on The Richardson Firm’s decades of experience in civil law to help spouses and parents tackle the intricacies of divorce and family law situations. Regardless of whether you are dealing with a child custody and child support situation, a simple divorce, separation agreement and property settlements or complex fights over alimony, post separation support, and equitable distribution that involve complex accounting analysis and intricate valuations and appraisals, The Richardson Firm is here to help and protect you and your loved ones.
Whether you reside in Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Spring Lake, Eastover, Stedman, Vander, Godwin, Raeford, Pinehurst, Camden, Aberdeen, Southern Pines, Lillington, or Dunn, civilian and servicemember alike can count on The Richardson Firm and its near century’s worth of combined legal experience to help guide you through your divorce / family law situation. If you have questions or if you are faced with a custody, alimony, separation, divorce, property division / equitable distribution, support, modification or contempt issue, do not hesitate to contact The Richardson Firm regarding your issue(s). Everything we do is confidential, and we can help provide the legal advice and representation you need to move forward with your life, protect your assets and protect your family.