Asheville Divorce Attorney

North Carolina is a no fault divorce state. In order for a divorce to be granted, the only requirement that must be met is that the married couple be separated for one year. However, property, custody, and financial issues can be resolved before that year is up. If you are in need of supportive legal counsel and experienced advocacy in your divorce, we can help.

At The Moore Law Office, located in downtown Asheville, we serve clients across Western North Carolina in their comprehensive family law needs. Contact us today to discuss your individual legal concerns in a confidential consultation.

North Carolina Mediation Lawyer

Our Asheville law firm handles all divorce-related issues, such as:

Divorce attorney Jennifer Moore will explain the laws associated with property division and perform a thorough discovery and analysis of all assets and debts throughout the course of the marriage. Separate property is excluded from equitable distribution and values are placed on property at the date of separation.

If one spouse financially relies on the other, depending on the unique circumstances of the case, the dependent spouse may be entitled to support payments in the form of alimony or post-separation support. There are many factors that play into whether spousal support will be awarded, including fault, length of marriage, and a number of other issues. There is no formula for spousal support, as there is for child support.

Consult With a Highly Regarded Asheville Divorce Lawyer

Attorney Jennifer Moore has extensive experience handling family law issues. We understand North Carolina divorce law and the factors considered by the court. You can depend on us to perform a thorough evaluation of your situation, provide you with a clear explanation of what you can reasonably expect to achieve, and advocate for your best interests at every stage of the legal process.

To discuss your divorce with a knowledgeable, attentive Asheville lawyer, please contact our firm today.