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PRACTICE AREAS

DIVORCE

Divorce is a difficult process both emotionally and legally. An experienced law firm can provide invaluable assistance and support. Our attorneys can guide you through the process and help you avoid pitfalls and complications as they arise. Contact our Raleigh or Durham office to get started with a knowledgeable professional.

ALIMONY

Alimony and other types of spousal support may be considered at the dissolution of a marriage. Like post-separation support, many economic factors must be weighed in order for alimony to be established. You can benefit from the guidance of our experienced attorneys. We have offices in Raleigh and Durham with experienced staff ready to help.

CHILD SUPPORT

Whether drafting a child support agreement, seeking a court order for child support, or seeking advice or representation of your case in the courtroom, our attorneys in the Raleigh and Durham area can help. Put our experience, knowledge, and legal resources to work for you.

CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION

Dealing with a complicated custody case is overwhelming. So many factors, including the best interest of the children, contribute to the outcome of the case and affect the lives of all involved. Let our attorneys in the Raleigh and Durham area help protect your rights and seek the best solution for your family.

EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION

As part of the divorce process, a judicial division of property rights and obligations between spouses may be done by judicial decree or through an agreement or property settlement. In either case, it is in your best interest to have the advice and counsel of a knowledgeable attorney like those in our Raleigh and Durham offices.

SEPARATION AGREEMENTS

When you decide to legally separate, your first stop should be with an attorney in the Raleigh and Durham area who can help you through the process of drafting and mediating a separation agreement. The attorneys at Frasier & Griffin, PLLC are committed to protecting your rights and assets.

POST-SEPARATION SUPPORT

Establishing post-separation support can be a complicated ordeal requiring consideration of a number of economic factors including each party’s financial needs and accustomed standard of living, income and income-earning abilities, martial debt, and legal obligations to support additional persons. Our attorneys in the Raleigh and Durham area can help you navigate your case.

PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS

Any couple bringing business or personal assets into a marriage can benefit from a prenuptial agreement. Simply put, a prenuptial agreement details who will retain ownership of specified assets in the event that the marriage should be ended. Our attorneys in the Raleigh and Durham area can help you understand what assets your agreement should address and assist you with creating the legal document.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Domestic abuse involves complicated emotional issues as well as serious legal ramifications. Whether the abuse involves a spouse or children, our Raleigh and Durham attorneys can help with criminal charges, restraining orders, and other matters pertaining to your case while remaining sensitive to the emotional toll on all involved.

 

WILLS & POA

Frasier Griffin, PLLC, can help you prepare an estate plan that carries out your last wishes and protects your family. A well-thought-out estate plan can answer important questions like:

  • Who do you want to make financial and medical decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated or suffer from a disability?
  • What do you want to happen to your home or other valuable assets?
  • Who will take care of your children if you and your spouse cannot?
  • Do you want doctors to administer lifesaving treatment if you cannot communicate your wishes yourself?
  • Will your power of attorney benefit from you selecting them as your agent?

With a valid last will and testament and an estate plan that contains an advance directive and power of attorney designation, your wishes will be clear. If you die without a valid will or an estate plan, however, your estate is distributed according to the states intestate succession laws — whether that was your intention or not. Costly litigation can also occur between family members. The attorneys at Frasier & Griffin, PLLC can help you craft an estate plan that meets your needs.

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I owe my success and my freedom to Attorney Griffin and his law office. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of what Attorney Griffin did for me and how he changed my life.

Grateful Client May 13, 2015