Lincolnton Family Law & Divorce Attorney

Meet Jennifer Hames, Your Lincolnton Family Lawyer

Lincolnton, NC Family Divorce Attorney

Meet Jennifer Hames, Your Lincolnton Family Lawyer

Divorce

Divorce is one of the hardest things an adult will experience in their lifetime. Selecting the right attorney to represent you in divorce is critical to making your experience as productive and stress-free as possible.

Child Custody

As a parent, Jennifer understands your anxiety and questions about how the process works. As your attorney, she understands the legal requirements and will ensure you and your child(ren) receive the best representation.

Child Support

Child custody laws in North Carolina can be overwhelming. Navigating this process can be difficult. Jennifer is committed to making sure your child’s best interest is being represented and will always have your child’s interest at heart.

Why You Need an Attorney to Represent You

Divorce and Child Custody Cases create an emotional situation. Most times it is an adversarial or “heated between the parties. As your attorney, Lincolnton Family Law can help you focus on moving forward with your life choices.

You need a lawyer that can help you understand your legal options and assist you with the decisions you will have to make in the upcoming months. No two cases are alike because no two families are the same.

Regardless of your circumstances, whether it be your income, the size of your estate, or how amicable you may be with your spouse or significant other, you need to review your particular situation with an experienced family law attorney because these are big, life-changing decisions ahead of you.

Our pledge to you is to make your problems our problems and together get through this difficult time to a happier future.

Why Use Lincolnton Family Law as Your Divorce Attorney?

Jennifer Hames is a highly respected lawyer focusing solely on North Carolina family law. Jennifer is skilled at handling complex and highly contentious cases that require an aggressive approach, as well as those who help clients wishing to avoid courtroom litigation through problem-solving and settlement negotiation. Each case is evaluated from every perspective to provide you with customized representation. From the moment you walk in the door, you will know that Jennifer has a genuine concern for her clients’ emotional and financial well-being.

What Our Clients Say About Us

I had no light at the end of the tunnel during my horrible divorce before I met with Jennifer. She not only guided me through the process, but I was able to get primary custody of my children and a favorable property settlement. Thank you for giving my case your personal attention and getting me my life back!
Susan
Jennifer resolved my case quickly and inexpensively. She always appeared in court early and ten times more prepared than the other attorney. We won a very complicated case and I would recommend Jennifer to anyone.
Keith
Jennifer answered the many divorce questions I had, worked with my husband’s attorney to make sure to solve our problems without making them worse. Jennifer made sure that there was no more legal work than was necessary and with her low fees Jennifer is worth every dollar. I highly recommend Jennifer and her firm.
Ashley

Want to Learn More About North Carolina Family Law?

Joint Custody in North Carolina

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Questions to Ask a North Carolina Family Law Attorney

Whether your are going through a separation or a child custody matter, it’s important to know what questions to ask when consulting with a family law attorney.  These questions will help you decide which lawyer is right for you and your family. What is your experience in the case?  You want an attorney that primarily

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Three Short Points on Separation and Divorce

Separation in North Carolina begins the day the parties begin to live separate apart from each other and continues until the parties are divorced.  There are several things that will help a client during the process as well as legal issues to keep in mind. Considering Separation:  Check your finances:  Run your credit report, document

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