Family Law

Fayetteville Family Law Attorney

Experienced Family lawyers in Fort Bragg, Cumberland, and Moore Counties

If you are struggling with a family law issue in North Carolina, Hardin Law Firm can guide you toward the solutions you are seeking. Our law firm has a proven record of success handling family law cases for families throughout Fayetteville, Carthage, Fort Bragg, and Cumberland and Moore Counties. 

Hardin Law Firm is a full-service family law firm that can provide you with the quality advice and advocacy you need regarding family law issues like domestic violence, fathers’ rights, separation agreements, premarital agreements, and same-sex marriage. 

Some of the types of issues our Family Lawyers in Fayetteville, North Carolina have a decade of experience include:

  • Child custody – We can help you make the right decisions regarding the parent-child relationship after divorce, including building a case for primary custody or rights to visitation
  • Child support – We can represent you in initial child support determinations based on North Carolina’s official guidelines as well as motions for child support modification and enforcement
  • Fathers’ rights – We also represent fathers looking to assert their rights to custody and visitation, and we have helped numerous fathers establish their paternity and build a case for custody
  • Divorce – We can guide you through all aspects of divorce in North Carolina, from filing the initial petition to settling the final settlement agreement
  • Military divorce – Our firm has a dedicated practice for military divorce; if you or your spouse are an active or retired military service member, we can advise you on the legal issues that are unique to military divorce and family law
  • Property division – We can protect your financial interests in the equitable division of marital property like retirement benefits, the family home, and other real and personal property

For more information on our firm’s legal services, feel free to call or reach out online for an initial consultation today.

Filing for Divorce in North Carolina

Divorce is one of the most common family law issues clients seek help on. At Hardin Law Firm, we can guide you through the process of filing for divorce, whether you are looking to file for traditional divorce or military divorce.

In general, either spouse can file for divorce in North Carolina so long as they meet the residency requirement of residing in the state for 6 consecutive months and living separately for one year prior to filing. Divorce can be based on a fault ground (e.g., abandonment, domestic violence) or on a no-fault ground (“irreconcilable differences”).

An experienced lawyer can help you better understand the detailed steps of the divorce process and how to resolve your family law disputes. Whether you have questions about your rights as a father or as an active-duty military service member, Hardin Law Firm is here to protect your interests.

Schedule an initial consultation with Hardin Law Firm to get started on your case.

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  • “Ms. Hardin is the best attorney in Fayetteville and the surrounding area. She knows exactly what it takes to win your case.”

  • “If I could give 10 stars, I would. Ms. Hardin and her staff are the gold standard of professionalism.”

  • “I trusted all her advice and am very pleased with the results. Anyone looking for a good custody lawyer, she’s the one to go to!”

  • “Victoria Hardin is a fantastic attorney that genuinely cares about her clients.”

  • “Victoria and her firm exceeded my expectations. If you need a divorce, family law, custody or child support attorney, this is the firm you want. I cannot give enough stars, 5 isn’t enough.”

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