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Cordell & Cordell’s Charlotte, North Carolina, attorneys are dedicated to helping men with any divorce issue they may face, including property division, alimony, child support and child custody.

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Where is the Charlotte Office? The Charlotte office is at 6701 Carmel Road, Suite 110, between Fairview and Sharon. You will find our building right next to South Park Mall. To get here from Charlotte: Head southwest on S Tryon St toward E 4th St, turn left onto E Morehead St, continue straight to stay on E Morehead St, turn right onto S Kings Dr Continue onto Queens Rd W, turn right onto Selwyn Ave, turn left onto Runnymede Ln, turn right onto Barclay Downs Dr, turn right onto Carnegie Blvd. The office will be on the right. To get here from Mecklenburg County, head south on Beatties Ford Rd toward Lasalle St, turn left at the 1st cross street onto Lasalle St, turn right to merge onto I-77 S/US-21 S toward Rock Hill, take exit 6A to merge onto W Woodlawn Rd toward Queens Univ Continue onto Runnymede Ln, turn right onto Barclay Downs Dr, turn right onto Carnegie Blvd. The office will be on the right.

Parking: Free parking is available.

Frequently Asked Charlotte, NC Divorce Questions

Cordell & Cordell Family Law Practice Areas

Child Custody

Cordell & Cordell family attorneys fight to maintain and maximize your role in your children’s lives.

Child Support

Our attorneys work to preserve your financial interests and the interests of your children.

Collaborative Divorce and Mediation

Collaborative divorce and mediation enable couples to dissolve their relationship in a flexible manner that avoids going to court altogether.

Contempt Proceedings

Held when there has been a violation of a court order.

Declaration of Paternity

Ensure you receive all your paternity rights by filing for a declaration of paternity.

Divorce

Our family law attorneys work with you to outline your divorce goals and prepare you for your case.

Legal Separation

A court process designed to define the rights and obligations between spouses who are living apart while still legally married.

Military Family Law

When a couple decides to end their marriage while one spouse is serving in the military, divorce tends to get more complicated.

Modification of Decrees

If you find yourself earning less income, or your ex has a larger earning potential, we can help you file a modification to adjust past decrees.

Prenuptial Agreements

Done right, these agreements allow couples to plan their future with more security.

Asset Division and Property Division

The process of dividing assets during divorce and determining who gets what.

Protection Order

An order used by the court to protect against a situation involving alleged domestic violence, harassment, stalking, or sexual assault.

Spousal Maintenance

Money paid to your ex to maintain a standard of living they were used to during your marriage.

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The experienced divorce lawyers at Cordell & Cordell provide intelligent, aggressive divorce representation to fathers. We are a community of talented legal professionals that prioritize growth and success in all our life roles. Together we assure our clients the quality of representation we would expect for ourselves.