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Experienced Asheville Family Law Attorneys Provide Skillful Guidance

Accomplished firm handles all types of North Carolina domestic matters

Legal challenges that relate to family matters require a special type of legal advocacy. The lawyers of The Moore Law Office, PLLC in Asheville recognize this and combine diligent legal representation with an authentic concern for the well-being of our clients throughout Western North Carolina. Our attorneys have 50 years of combined experience identifying and executing effective solutions to family concerns. Whether you require assistance with a divorce, adoption or some other household issue, we will stand with you in and out of court.

Responsive lawyers deliver thorough divorce representation

Our firm assists clients throughout the divorce process, providing supportive advocacy and advice for issues including:

  • Child custody — If you are involved in a custody dispute, we take every legal step possible to secure a resolution that is in your child’s best interests.
  • Child support — Noncustodial parents are required to submit child support payments to help meet their children’s financial needs. Our lawyers work to make sure that information is accurate and that orders are enforced.
  • Alimony — If spousal maintenance is an issue in your divorce, many factors might affect the judge’s decision. We prepare a comprehensive legal argument to give you the best chance at a fair result.

We offer an initial consultation so that you can develop an accurate overview of how your case will proceed.

Compassionate counsel for all types of adoption issues

Adopting a child should be a joyful experience, but the difficult legal processes involved often frustrate prospective parents. We provide authoritative advice for domestic adoptions. Whether you seek an open adoption where information is shared, or a closed adoption that excludes information between biological and adoptive parents, our lawyers will handle each detail efficiently and compassionately. Firm lawyers work with both public and private agencies and help with necessary paperwork, home visits and other legal requirements.

Legal advisers assist with prenuptial and postnuptial agreements

Establishing clear legal and financial arrangements ahead of time benefits both spouses if a marriage ends in divorce. Our firm works closely with clients on executing prenuptial and postnuptial agreements that create legal security for husbands and wives. A strong document includes detailed information about property division and can include provisions relating to business and retirement assets. By completing these agreements, spouses can understand the consequences when making important decisions and avert costly disputes. Even if you already have an agreement in place, the parties can choose to make modifications. Our lawyers can advise you on potential changes and legal challenges that may arise.

Effective litigators represent clients in paternity matters

Children are entitled to have the emotional and financial support of both parents. When a question involving paternity arises, our lawyers protect the rights of clients and their children in official proceedings. If parents are not married when a child is born, North Carolina permits paternity to be established through a voluntary Affidavit of Parentage, a subsequent marriage between the parents, or through a judicial decision. Whether you are trying to establish paternity or believe you have been wrongly identified as a child’s father, we can gather the relevant legal and scientific evidence to develop the strongest possible case.

Dedicated law firm litigates cases involving domestic violence

If you have been victimized by violence or threatened by someone you know, immediate action is necessary to protect yourself and your children. Our firm will petition the court on your behalf for a domestic violence protective order, which prevents contact between you and the person abusing or threatening you. North Carolina courts issue these orders on a temporary basis if an immediate danger exists. A final order can be entered after a hearing.

Contact a knowledgeable Asheville family lawyer for an initial consultation

The Moore Law Office, PLLC assists Western North Carolina clients with family law and civil litigation issues. To learn more about our firm, please call 828-333-4796 or contact us online to schedule a consultation at our Asheville office.