VICKI WEBB LAW

Family Law

Mooresville, NC Family Law / Divorce Attorney

If you need a Family Law Attorney in Iredell County to answer questions re
  • What may happen if you Divorce?
  • How a Prenuptial Agreement Affects Property Division
  • How to Effect a Separation and Protect Your Interests
  • Steps to Divorce in North Carolina
  • Alimony Factors
  • How Mediation Works and is your case right for Mediation?
  • How Collaborative Divorce works and is your case right for Collaborative Divorce?
  • Child Custody and Child Support
  • Equitable Distribution of Marital Property in Iredell County, NC

Call VICKI WEBB today and schedule an initial consultation 704.360.2668.

Vicki is ready to answer your questions and guide you through the many issues that must be considered, whether you are contemplating separation/divorce, need help with child custody or child support, alimony questions, think you may need a Prenuptial Agreement or are ready for a Separation Agreement.


Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptials are often considered when one partner has significantly more assets than the other or both parties have acquired property prior to the marital date.  Make sure your interests are protected if you and your fiance are considering a Prenuptial Agreement.  There are many issues to address to insure you are treated fairly in the event of a future separation. 

Separation Agreement

North Carolina requires a one-year separation period before filing for Absolute Divorce, which can take a month or more to obtain.  It is crucial to have a thorough Separation Agreement drafted to cover the pertinent issues in your case and protect your interests in Post-Separation Support and Child Support.

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce is a new concept that is growing in North Carolina due to the positive benefits resulting from its use.  Each spouse is represented by an attorney dedicated to the collaborative process of solving the issues with integrity and respect to both parties.  The parties agree not to hide assets.  It is a way to divorce with dignity and respect for one another.  The attorneys work diligently to resolve all issues.  If an issue can not be resolved, the parties participate in mediation with a mediator of their choice.  If mediation fails to resolve the issue, an arbitrator is chosen to act as judge and make a determination and ruling that each spouse agrees to follow.

Mediation

Mediation is often preferred over going to court due to the cost savings and the ability to retain control over your life.  Also, issues that could take a long time in the court process may be cleared up in a few hours of mediation, saving time, money and allowing you to move forward with your life.  The intense negativity and prolonged anxiety of a court battle can be shortened and even eliminated with a positive, productive mediation experience.  You choose the mediator and if you can not resolve the issues, you can still go to arbitration or court.  Vicki is a trained mediator and she understands your desire to conclude your case with the most positive interaction, discussion and negotiation as is possible given your circumstances.

Call Vicki if you need Family Law Representation 704.360.2668
vicki@vickiwebblaw.com
                                                        

        • Prenuptial Agreements  • Separation Agreements  • Property Division
        • Post-Separation Support  • Alimony  • Child Custody & Child Support

Serving Mooresville, Statesville & Troutman NC in Iredell County and the Lake Norman Community.          Call Today for your Consultation 704.360.2668

    548 Williamson Rd., Suite 3  Mooresville NC 28117        704-360-2668
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