Why Alimony In North Carolina Is Different
Alimony in North Carolina comes with its own set of unique concerns. Too many people do not understand that the alimony process in North Carolina involves a number of technical issues that can greatly affect your finances and your future.
For that reason, you want an attorney in your corner who will be able to act promptly to protect your interests in alimony proceedings, including those proceedings involving post-separation support, temporary alimony and other spousal support issues.
How North Carolina Alimony Proceedings Work: We’re Here For You.
Alimony must be pled for and defended in North Carolina. If you do not appear in front of the judge, the judge can enter a default judgment in favor of your ex-spouse or reject your own alimony proposal.
For that reason, at Tickle Law Office, we work closely with you on a one-on-one basis to provide you with the detailed support you need to have a successful alimony proceeding. We take that approach as part of our firm’s larger commitment to individualized representation of clients throughout the Louisburg area and its surrounding region.
When we advise you, we draw on the years of experience held by our firm’s lawyer, Lawrence Tickle. “Tickle” (as his clients like to call him) will get to know you and, as a result, will be able to help you understand how the law applies to the unique features of your case, which make it different from other cases.