I am Samuel S. Spagnola, Board Certified as a Specialist in family law by the North Carolina Board of Legal Specialization. I welcome the opportunity to advise you on ways to move forward with a divorce efficiently. Contact me to schedule a consultation. I can answer your questions about divorce or legal separation and recommend courses of action focusing on your long-term best interests in a North Carolina divorce. Why Divorce? Divorce continues to be a common legal problem that many people experience sooner or later. Virtually no married couple plans or expects a divorce at the time of engagement and marriage. However, multiple stresses and facts of life in our culture contribute to marital breakups. Some typical triggers of divorce include the following:     Disagreements about finances or material aspects of a shared lifestyle     Tension over in-laws, a death in the family, a disabled child or health problems             Emotional abuse or incompatibility; other interpersonal issues     Substance abuse or addiction     Unfaithfulness/infidelity or jealousy Marital struggles come about from time to time in many marriages, but sometimes the discord becomes so great that one or both spouses reach the conclusion that divorce is necessary. Sometimes couples stay together "for the sake of the children," and then a marriage falls apart shortly after children leave the nest. Legal Challenges of a Divorce in North Carolina or Elsewhere With the decision to separate, a husband and wife face new challenges. Whether a divorce is contested or uncontested, a couple must reach agreements or a judge must determine key factors, including:     Child custody and child support (when there are minor children)     Spousal support or alimony (both up until the time of divorce and afterward, either temporarily or permanently)     Division of property and debt (accounting for all assets and liabilities) At an emotionally difficult time leading up to a divorce, it can be especially important to get qualified legal counsel. You may have arrived at this Web page because you realize a divorce is imminent in your marriage. Perhaps your husband or wife has filed for divorce or you intend to file for divorce. You seek a qualified, dedicated lawyer or advocate in or near the Greensboro area. Acting promptly and rationally can help you protect your assets and assert your parental rights. Contact Greensboro divorce attorney Samuel S. Spagnola at 336-373-8469 or by e-mail through this website. More on divorce click HERE. Serving All of Guilford County and Nearby Communities, Including High Point, Burlington, Asheboro and Reidsville · Contested and Uncontested Divorce Allow me to explain in person how I can help you plan for and proceed through your marital dissolution with confidence that you are watching out for your children and your own financial future. Call attorney Samuel S. Spagnola at The Spagnola Law Firm today or inquire online.
A Greensboro Divorce Lawyer and Family Law Specialist

The Spagnola Law Firm

441-B Battleground Avenue Greensboro, NC 27401 336-373-8469 info@triadlaw.com http://triadlaw.com
You Need An Experienced Lawyer On Your Side. Let Us Help You Today!
The Spagnola Law FIrm in Greensboro, North Carolina, represents clients throughout the Piedmont Triad area, also including Gibsonville, High Point, Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Sedalia, Winston-Salem, Asheboro, Liberty, Whitsett, Kernersville, Reidsville, Eden and Randleman in Guilford County, Rockingham County, Randolph County and Alamance County. 
I am Samuel S. Spagnola, Board Certified as a Specialist in family law by the North Carolina Board of Legal Specialization. I welcome the opportunity to advise you on ways to move forward with a divorce efficiently. Contact me to schedule a consultation. I can answer your questions about divorce or legal separation  and recommend courses of action focusing on your long-term best interests in a North Carolina divorce. Why Divorce? Divorce continues to be a common legal problem that many people experience sooner or later. Virtually no married couple plans or expects a divorce at the time of engagement and marriage. However, multiple stresses and facts of life in our culture contribute to marital breakups. Some typical triggers of divorce include the following:     Disagreements about finances or material aspects of a shared lifestyle     Tension over in-laws, a death in the family, a disabled child or health problems             Emotional abuse or incompatibility; other interpersonal issues     Substance abuse or addiction     Unfaithfulness/infidelity or jealousy Marital struggles come about from time to time in many marriages, but sometimes the discord becomes so great that one or both spouses reach the conclusion that divorce is necessary. Sometimes couples stay together "for the sake of the children," and then a marriage falls apart shortly after children leave the nest. Legal Challenges of a Divorce in North Carolina or Elsewhere With the decision to separate, a husband and wife face new challenges. Whether a divorce is contested or uncontested, a couple must reach agreements or a judge must determine key factors, including:     Child custody and child support (when there are minor children)     Spousal support or alimony (both up until the time of divorce and afterward, either temporarily or permanently)     Division of property and debt (accounting for all assets and liabilities) At an emotionally difficult time leading up to a divorce, it can be especially important to get qualified legal counsel. You may have arrived at this Web page because you realize a divorce is imminent in your marriage. Perhaps your husband or wife has filed for divorce or you intend to file for divorce. You seek a qualified, dedicated lawyer or advocate in or near the Greensboro area. Acting promptly and rationally can help you protect your assets and assert your parental rights. Contact Greensboro divorce attorney Samuel S. Spagnola at 336-373- 8469 or by e-mail through this website. More on divorce click HERE. Serving All of Guilford County and Nearby Communities, Including High Point, Burlington, Asheboro and Reidsville · Contested and Uncontested Divorce Allow me to explain in person how I can help you plan for and proceed through your marital dissolution with confidence that you are watching out for your children and your own financial future. Call attorney Samuel S. Spagnola at The Spagnola Law Firm today or inquire online.
A Greensboro Divorce Lawyer and Family Law Specialist

The Spagnola Law Firm

441-B Battleground Avenue Greensboro, NC 27401 336-373-8469 info@triadlaw.com http://triadlaw.com
You Need An Experienced Lawyer On Your Side. Let Us Help You Today!

THE SPAGNOLA LAW FIRM

Greensboro North Carolina Family Law, Bankruptcy and Estate Attorney
High Quality Legal Representation Since 1998
336-373-8469

THE SPAGNOLA LAW FIRM

Greensboro North Carolina Family Law, Bankruptcy and Estate Attorney
High Quality Legal Representation Since 1998