Winston-Salem Family Law Attorneys
Compassionate & Professional Legal Representation
At Payne & Associates, we maintain an unwavering belief that family
should always come first. Our attorneys have built a firm that treats
clients like members of our own family. We strive to resolve disputes,
finalize divorces, and navigate the complexities of family law cases with
our clients’ best interests in mind. No case is too contentious
or challenging for our team to handle. You can count on our Winston-Salem
family lawyers to help you find your way through even the most emotional
and difficult family matters.
Call us at
(336) 585-8454 or
contact us online to request a consultation with our firm.
Our Family Law Services
Facing a family law case alone can be daunting. In your time of need, be
sure to retain a lawyer who is both knowledgeable and compassionate. At
Payne & Associates, we understand the ins and outs of the state laws
that govern your case, which allows us to craft truly effective strategies.
We also understand the importance of representing our clients with care
and compassion. The situation you are in is delicate and sensitive –
we are respectful of what you are going through and maintain this tactful
approach for the duration of your case.
Let Payne & Associates help you with any family matter involving:
Our Winston-Salem family law attorneys strive to resolve every case using
alternative dispute resolution techniques like mediation, arbitration,
and collaborative approaches. However, should these efforts fail to yield
the results you are seeking, we are always ready to represent your best
interests in courtroom litigation.
When to Talk to a Family Lawyer
If you are considering divorce or dealing with any legal matter related
to your family or your children, speaking with an attorney can give you
peace of mind and help you understand your legal options.
child custody, or any legal matter involving your family are never easy. Because of
this, many divorcing spouses or individuals facing family legal matters
try to resolve their differences on their own – but this may not
be the best plan. When it comes to legal matters that influence your well-being,
your future, and your children, it may be in your best interest to speak
with an attorney sooner than later.
In some cases, divorcing spouses try to “work it out” together,
without involving attorneys. While this may seem like a more amicable
solution, there are two things to keep in mind: Divorce can get complicated,
even if both parties have the best of intentions; additionally, contentious
divorces aren’t the only separations that can benefit from legal guidance.
We want to know your story. Discuss your situation with us today by scheduling
an initial consultation – just call