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Louisburg Divorce Lawyer

Clients going through a divorce do not come to our law firm in the best state of mind to make key, life-changing decisions. At Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law, we understand that the end of a marriage is an emotionally charged time for our clients throughout North Carolina. We focus on the legal "heavy lifting" in handling all aspects of a divorce case while our clients deal with painful and highly personal matters.

Specific areas of our family law and divorce practice include:

  • Child custody
  • Visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support
  • Distribution of property
  • Modifications
  • Removal of children out of state
  • Domestic violence

Franklin County Family Law Attorneys

At Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law, we take being a full-service law firm seriously. Our lawyers spend time with our clients to not only get to know them, but also identify their needs, hopes and goals. Each case is unique. Personalized representation in a divorce is vital, especially when there are children involved. Their best interests are the focus of the courts and the attorneys at our firm. We encourage our clients to share that belief.

You do not have to handle a complex divorce proceeding on your own. You do not have to give in to the demands of your soon-to-be ex-spouses and their legal counsels. Secure the advocacy you need, whether your case is resolved through mediation or courtroom litigation.

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Please call our office today to discuss your legal problems. For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Louisburg divorce attorney, contact us at 919-496-2137. We accept Visa and MasterCard, and we make ourselves available for evening appointments on request.

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