The Legal Advocacy You Need To Handle Your Family Law Matter
Divorce, child custody, child support and other domestic disputes are difficult matters to deal with, regardless of age, income, or socioeconomic status. Financial safety nets and the fate of your children can be very contentious issues.
Seeking legal help to address these matters may leave you confused. Which lawyer should I choose to help me? How do I know if my lawyer will really fight for me? These are all great questions. With so much at stake, it’s important to choose one with the skill and knowledge to help advocate for you.
Choosing McPherson & Mills For Legal Representation
At McPherson & Mills, we provide assistance to individuals in Greensboro, High Point and surrounding North Carolina communities with all types of family law matters, including:
- Child custody, visitation and support
- Grandparents’ rights
- Domestic violence and restraining orders
- Property and debt division
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
Our top-notch family law representation is based on:
Our lawyers have more than six decades of combined experience handling divorce and related cases. Along with our litigation experience, we often resolve matters via mediation and arbitration, and alternative dispute resolution methods that involve finalizing divorce matters outside of court.
Our Personalized Service
Many law firms often refer cases to an in-house associate or paralegal with little to no experience about your case or the court system. At our office, you will always work with a lawyer – from start to finish. If you have a question or wish to inquire about a status update, your lawyer will be available for you.
Our Tailored Solutions
Our legal team knows that every family law situation, conflict and ultimate goal will always be different. We take pride in finding customized solutions based on your circumstances and goals. Resolving family law disputes should never involve a one-size-fits-all approach.
We also help clients with related services, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other matters. If you are separating or divorcing, your estate plan needs to be updated immediately to ensure your wishes are carried out should unforeseen events happen.
Schedule An Appointment To Talk With A Family Law Attorney Today