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Attorney Stephen E. Robertson is a Board Certified Attorney
Greensboro North Carolina Family Law Attorney
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Going through the divorce process is an extraordinarily stressful experience. Not only does divorce mark the end of one of the most significant relationships in a person’s life, but there may also be lasting repercussions that can change a person’s life and that of their family. To help Greensboro residents get through their divorce or other family law disputes, you can count on our Divorce Lawyer Greensboro NC at the Law Office of Stephen E. Robertson, PLLC for quality legal advice and advocacy.
Backed by more than 20 years of collective legal experience in family law matters, ranging from divorce to domestic violence, attorney Stephen E. Robertson and our attorneys and legal staff are dedicated to delivering compassionate legal counsel to help you achieve a fair and equitable settlement to your case. Furthermore, we are prepared to tenaciously advocate for your best interests in case a cooperative settlement is not feasible under the circumstances.
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Effective Counsel Backed by Years of Legal Experience
Discover the unrivaled expertise and personalized legal assistance of our firm. With an impressive legacy of 25+ years, our dedicated team excels in various practice areas, including Family Law, Separation & Divorce, Child Custody & Support, Alimony, Property Division, Domestic Violence, Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements, Wills & Trusts, Power of Attorney, Social Security Disability, Traffic Violations, Bankruptcy, and more. Trust us to champion your interests, providing superior advocacy and tailored solutions that exceed your expectations.
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Help me a lot. He’s the one I will call in the future. Thorough and affordable.Steve F.
He’s a great lawyer, an honorable and fair-minded man, and I recommend him without hesitation or hyperbole.Steve has handled several “situations” for me in the past and has always been efficient, reasonable, straightforward, affordable and available. I’ve been referring people to him for over a decade and not one person has had anything but praise for his professional manner. He’s a great lawyer, an honorable and fair-minded man, and I recommend him without hesitation or hyperbole. Best there is in the Gate City.Michael P.
Steve has handled my business and personal legal matters for 15 years. He is always diligent, prompt, creative and effective. Working with local counsel, he got a case dismissed in Massachusetts then won a million dollar judgment in North Carolina for me.Daniel T.
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What Are the Requirements to Get a Divorce in North Carolina?
Making the decision to end your marriage is never easy. Understanding the state’s specific requirements and legal procedures is important if you’re contemplating a divorce in North Carolina. You need to take some key steps and prerequisites to obtain a divorce in the Tar Heel State. Residency Requirement One of the first requirements is meeting…Read More >: What Are the Requirements to Get a Divorce in North Carolina?
How the Courts Determine Child Custody in North Carolina
Determining child custody can directly impact the welfare and future of your children. In North Carolina, as in many other states, the process will always take into consideration the children’s best needs and the suitability of each parent. If you want to learn more about child custody in North Carolina, here are a few points…Read More >: How the Courts Determine Child Custody in North Carolina
Is an Engagement Ring Marital or Separate Property in North Carolina?
In North Carolina, engagement rings are generally considered separate property, rather than marital property, in the event of a divorce. This means that the person who received the engagement ring during the engagement or prior to marriage will likely keep it after the divorce. Under North Carolina law, separate property is defined as any property acquired…Read More >: Is an Engagement Ring Marital or Separate Property in North Carolina?