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North CarolinaFamily Law Lawyers in Cumberland County, North Carolina

Family law attorneys in Cumberland County, North Carolina represent men and women who need help resolving disputes in their personal relationships. Family law revolves around marriage, cohabitation, and the parent-child relationship.


What does a family law attorney do? Family law attorneys in Cumberland County, North Carolina frequently deal with divorce cases, child custody cases or child support calculations, paternity actions and adoption.


In high income or high net worth cases the divorce attorney will deal with more complicated issues of the equitable division of property and retirement assets.


Many of the best family law attorneys in Cumberland County, North Carolina charge for an initial consultation, have an hourly rate for attorney fees, and require a retainer to begin representation.

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Debra J Radtke

Debra J Radtke
Hedahl & Radtke
1015 Arsenal Ave
Fayetteville, NC 28305
Licensed for 40 years, Debra J Radtke is a Family Law lawyer who attended University of Minnesota Law School... read more >

Renny W Deese

Renny W Deese
Lewis, Deese, Nance & Briggs, LLP
330 Dick St
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Licensed for 50 years, Renny W Deese is a Divorce and Criminal Defense lawyer who attended Wake Forest University School of Law... read more >

Melanie Yvonne Crenshaw

Melanie Yvonne Crenshaw
100 Bradford Ave Ste 4
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Licensed for 12 years, Melanie Yvonne Crenshaw is a Family Law lawyer... read more >
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Family Law Specialty Areas

Family Law Specialty Areas

NBLSC Certification in Family Law Trial Advocacy - The National Board of Legal Specialty Certification is accredited by the ABA to certify attorneys as specialists in family law trial advocacy.



Certified Specialist in Family Law

Board Certified Specialist in Family Law in North Carolina - Family law was added as a specialty area in the spring of 1989. Thereafter, the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization designated family law as a field of law for certification of specialists under the North Carolina Plan of Legal Specialization.

State Bar Rules, Ch. 1, Subch. D, .2402 defines the specialty of family law as the "practice of law relating to marriage, divorce, alimony, child custody and support, equitable distribution, enforcement of support, domestic violence, bastardy, and adoption."


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