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Hatcher Law Group 
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Year Established: 2002

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Hatcher Law Group is a law firm located in Davidson and Charlotte, North Carolina, representing clients in Mecklenburg and surrounding counties. The firm is comprised of ten attorneys and a full complement of staff who specialize in all areas of family law as well as wills and estate planning. Our attorneys are dedicated to building relationships with our clients and helping them find solutions to their problems. We view the opportunity to help clients as a privilege which must be earned every day. One way the firm strives to earn this privilege is by providing our clients with thorough and up-to-date information about the law and the world which may affect their cases.

Our practice areas include Separation, Divorce & Annulment, Child Custody, Child Support, Property Distribution, Post-Separation Support & Alimony, Prenuptial Agreements, Mediation & Arbitration, Collaborative Law, Domestic Violence, Non-traditional Families, Adoption and Alienation of Affection.

Hatcher Law Group is a law firm that focuses exclusively in all areas of family law. Our lawyers and staff are dedicated to providing our clients with compassionate, informed, and effective assistance. We strive to create relationships with our clients so that they understand we care about them, not just their case. Our attorneys are recognized as leaders in their areas of practice, often participating as speakers and organizers of educational seminars for other lawyers and judges. We combine this legal acumen and leadership with a positive team approach to provide our clients with the highest quality legal representation.

Hatcher Law Group's offices are located on the streets of historic downtown Davidson and in the heart of uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, but in addition to representing clients in Mecklenburg County, we also practice in the following counties: Cabarrus, Iredell, Union, Gaston and Rowan.

Our lawyers are highly skilled in the area of laws related to separation and divorce as well as all child-related legal matters. Just as all marriages are not the same, all lawyers and all divorces are not the same. We believe in going the extra mile for our clients and their children. Our lawyers understand that separation and divorce cause a ripple effect in a family. The initial shock of the marriage ending with separation leaves husbands and wives searching for answers. As you worry about your future and how you're going to support yourself and your children, you quickly realize that each question leads to another. Will I have to go back to work? Will the children have to be placed in daycare? How much child support am I entitled to or am I responsible for paying? How long will this divorce take? These are all questions that are asked by everyone who goes through separation and divorce. Many of these questions are answered by North Carolina's laws, but the manner in which these laws are interpreted and administered vary from city to city and county to county. The process followed in Charlotte, North Carolina may be different from that followed in Statesville, Monroe, or Concord, North Carolina.

Arm yourself with the information on our website (www.hatcherlawgroup.com) about North Carolina's laws and how they impact you during your divorce as well as your children. Spend as much time gathering information to prepare yourself for this journey that lies ahead of you. You and your children deserve it. We hope that as you review our website, you understand our commitment to Charlotte and the surrounding area. We hope you make us your lawyers of choice. But if not, we hope that you seek the advice of an experienced divorce attorney to help provide you with guidance along your way.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Family Law; Separation, Divorce & Annulment; Child Custody; Child Support; Property Distribution; Post-Separation Support & Alimony; Agreements (Prenuptial, Separation, & Property Settlement); Mediation & Arbitration; Collaborative Law; Domestic Violence; Non-Traditional Families; Adoption; Alienation of Affections & Criminal Conservation; Wills & Estate Planning.