Family Law

We help clients with separation, prenuptial agreements, and other family-related legal matters.

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My experience as a family law attorney allows me to guide you and your family through a process that shows compassion and attention to the critical details of your matter.

Domestic relationship issues like separation and child custody are hard things to work out. You must remember, you have rights in your relationship that must be protected. Plekan Law will help you through the process of whatever family legal issue you need to resolve.

There are different ways to resolve family legal issues. Here are a few option for you to consider. 

Collaborative Law
Under the Collaborative Law Act in 2018, two parties can agree to use the collaborative legal process with common goals and outcomes they want to have happened in their issue regarding children, property, etc.

Mediation
If you are having trouble communicating, you may need a third party involved to guide your process of separation. A memorandum of understanding can be created to establish terms from the mediation sessions that will ultimately go into the final divorce and/or custody agreements.

Arbitration
Like mediation where a third party is involved in the communication process and establishment of terms. If the two parties cannot come to a final agreement, the arbitrator will make the final decision.

Negotiation
This process keeps the matter out of the court but involves communication at a distance between the clients and their family law attorneys.

If you need help with any of the following family legal issues or something else, please connect with me today.

  • Division of Property
  • Separation
  • Child Custody
  • Divorce
  • Annulment

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1140 Kildaire Farm Road
Suite 202-1
Cary, NC 27511

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Plekan Law, PLLC, Family Lawyer, Cary, NC

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