Category Archives: Working With Your Lawyer

The First Appointment with Your Divorce Lawyer

You arrive at the office of the divorce lawyer feeling a little nervous. You have the records and documents you were asked to bring with you. What happens now? First you are made welcome by the receptionist and likely asked to fill out a sheet … Continue reading

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Finding the “Right” Divorce Lawyer……

Hiring a divorce lawyer is an intimidating process. Most likely your spouse says he or she wants out of the marriage, your case is in the courts, or you are thinking of separating and want to know your legal rights and … Continue reading

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Another Blog About Divorce?….. Yes, Really!

Gailor, Wallis & Hunt is a divorce and family law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina in business since 1994. Our core mission is representation of men and women in family law and divorce matters. Divorce and family law is our only … Continue reading

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