Video: FAQ: Victoria Hardin Seeks Positive Results for Clients

In a divorce, there may be different ways to measure a positive result. For example, sparing minor children from additional upset might be a goal common to both parents. Toward that end, our law firm might recommend negotiations outside of the court’s involvement, but with each party’s attorney present. Instead of courtroom litigation, a couple could mutually work toward resolution of issues like property division, child custody and visitation, and alimony.

Our willingness to utilize alternative dispute resolution tactics should not suggest that we are not ready to go to court. In fact, it is common for one or more issues to remain unresolved, and require a final decision from the court. The issues in a divorce can be complicated, perhaps requiring intricate calculations regarding the value of the marital estate, property distribution, alimony and child support.

We have also helped both civilian and military clients in Fayetteville and greater North Carolina with many issues related to family law, such as divorce, domestic violence or unpaid child support. We have the experience to adjust our advocacy to our clients’ needs.

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