To obtain a divorce, you must be separated from your spouse for one year. It is not necessary to have documents drafted indicating your date of separation.
Child custody is probably the most combative aspect of the whole divorce process. As such, highly contested child custody disputes can become very expensive.
Each parent has a duty to support their children. Having to rely on someone else for the needs and support of your child can be problematic without the assistance of an attorney.
Born and raised in Cabarrus County, Jennifer R. Robertson, formerly Jennifer A. Rutherford, is fulfilling her childhood dream of building a law practice in an area surrounded by familiar faces with the hometown charm and comfort of Historic Downtown Concord.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY
Ms. Robertson did an exceptional job handling my divorce, custody and support case from start to finish. She was knowledgeable and kept me informed during the whole process. I am sure no divorce is easy...
Rutherford Robertson, P.A. is a law firm run by a Cabarrus County Native with the primary focus of family law, wills, and estate planning. The firm's primary goal is to help its clients obtain favorable results based on informed decisions.
Rutherford Robertson, P.A. is a law firm run by a Cabarrus County Native with the primary focus of family law, wills, and estate planning. The firm’s primary goal is to help its clients obtain favorable results based on informed decisions. Rutherford Robertson, P.A. is built on a foundation of duty to clients, ethical representation, compassion, and respect for the law. The firm understands and relishes the opportunity to serve the local community and solemnly understands its role in impacting the lives of those it serves.
The law firm of Rutherford Robertson's primary focus is on family law, wills, and estate planning: Services include: Separation Agreements, Child Custody, Child Support, Post-Separation Support, Alimony, Property Division, Adoption, Step-Parent Adoption, Domestic Violence, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, Divorce, Guardianships, Wills, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Durable Power of Attorney, Modification of Court Orders, Enforcement of Separation Agreements and Court Orders.