Haas & Associates, P.A. Raleigh, North Carolina Office Profile
|Haas & Associates, P.A. |
|Raleigh, North Carolina|
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About this office:
Haas & Associates, P.A. is a law firm dedicated to serving North Carolina families with the problems and issues families often face. We support and advise individuals in legal matters ranging from separation and divorce to adoption to estate planning. Our goal is to create connected, long-lasting relationships with our clients so they feel knowledgeable and secure when issues arise.
Our firm has both the knowledge and experience to address both traditional and non-traditional family law issues, including prenuptial agreements, separation agreements, child custody and support issues, alimony, property division (equitable distribution), divorce, domestic violence, adoption, surrogacy, and estate planning. We use a variety of methods to achieve a fair and equitable result, including mediation, arbitration, collaborative law, and litigation. It is our goal to achieve our client's objectives by the most efficient and timely means possible. Regardless of the outcome of the case, parties will often remain in each other's lives as co-parents to their children and we are committed to minimizing the negative impact that legal proceedings may have on the family relationships.
Family Law; Divorce; Separation Agreements; Child Support; Child Custody; Alimony; Domestic Violence; Visitation Rights; Spousal Support; Property Distribution; Premarital Agreements; Domestic Law; Adoption Law; Litigation; Mediation; Collaborative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; LGBT Law; Non-Traditional Family Law; Estate Planning and Administration; Estate and Gift Taxation; Last Will and Testaments; Living and Revocable Trusts; Irrevocable Trusts; Marital Trusts; Special Needs Trusts; General and Limited Powers of Attorney; Springing and Durable Powers of Attorney; Health Care Powers of Attorney; Medical Directives; Living Wills; Advanced Instructions for Mental Health Treatment; Estate and Trust Administrations.
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