Family Law Matters

With more than two decades of experience, Attorney Vitale has encountered several other situations requiring the assistance of a family law attorney. Divorce and child custody matters do make up the bulk of our family law practice at Vitale Family Law. We also advise clients on matters frequently associated with families and the law, including paternity actions, unmarried parent issues and grandparents’ rights. We also offer advice on premarital agreements, alienation of affection and domestic violence. Whatever your family law concerns in North Carolina, we invite you to contact Vitale Family Law to learn how we can help. We advise clients on other family law matters and related legal issues. You can get started looking for answers by calling 919-841-5680 or sending an email request for a consultation with a Raleigh family law and divorce lawyer.

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Raleigh Divorce Lawyers

Whether you’re going through a divorce, negotiating a custody schedule, or under CPS investigation, our family law guides can help you gain a basic understanding of the North Carolina laws that are applicable to your dispute. Over the past 13 years, we’ve spoken with and assisted thousands of clients who have been through what you’re going through. The BPW Blog updates weekly with answers to our most frequently asked questions. Our guides are designed to be a more in-depth summary of applicable North Carolina law. We advice you to contact us or speak with an attorney to determine how the law may apply to the facts of your case.

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