Divorce And Property Division Matter?

Dividing property during a divorce is an intricate process. Once the final decree is made, it is difficult to change aspects of property division. Choosing an attorney who can properly evaluate your situation, conduct a business valuation (if necessary) and ensure that your rights are protected is essential.

Helping Clients Throughout Sampson County And Johnston County

The lawyers at Daughtry, Woodard, Lawrence, & Starling offer the experience you are seeking. You can feel confident knowing that a skilled team will be representing your interests at our firm.

Equitable Distribution And Property Division

North Carolina approaches property division as a partnership where assets and debts are initially divided 50-50. That being said, the circumstances of your situation can factor into how assets are divided. In many cases, this means that assets are not necessarily divided exactly down the middle. Situations where businesses or significant assets are involved can be even more complex, so it is of the utmost importance you work with an experienced lawyer.

Our board-certified family law specialists have experience working with clients in both simple, uncontested divorces, complex divorce cases involving businesses and assets with both a marital and separate component. We have the resources and skills to handle business valuations and complex divorce litigation.

Our attorneys are proactive and aggressive in the courtroom. We maintain open lines of communication with our clients and make it a priority to keep clients updated about their case as it progresses. We handle all types of divorce cases, including no-fault divorce and highly contested divorces.

Contact Our Firm To Schedule Your Initial Consultation

Please contact the legal team at Daughtry, Woodard, Lawrence, & Starling to schedule an initial consultation by calling 919-300-6982 or 910-249-9165. We have office locations in Smithfield and Clinton, North Carolina, and serve clients throughout the surrounding areas.