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Fuquay-Varina

The Law Corner is happy to help Fuquay-Varina and Triangle residents with all of their family law and criminal defense needs. Our services break down into 4 groups: Family Law, Estate Planning, Small Business Law, and Traffic Law.

To find out more about our services, take a look at the practices below.

Our attorneys offer contested and uncontested services for a variety of practice areas, to include the following: divorce, separation, annulment, arbitration, child custody and visitation, child support and division of property assets and debts. If a separation agreement is not feasible, you will want an experienced trial advocate from The Law Corner in your corner ready to fight it out in court.

The Law Corner attorneys draft Wills, Living Wills, DNR Orders, Power of Attorney and Health Care Power of Attorney. We also provide trust services including Revocable Living Trusts and irrevocable special needs trusts with Pour Over Wills. Will and trust packages are available to provide you with complete security at a reduced cost.

We are pleased to represent you in Small Claims, District, and Superior Court in commercial and personal contract disputes.

If you have traffic tickets (speeding tickets, DWI/DUI, and other traffic violations), our Fuquay-Varina, Wake County traffic attorneys may be able to help you avoid having to appear in court, or have your charges reduced or dismissed. The Law Corner will aggressively defend your rights in court, fight to protect your driver’s license, and avoid insurance rate increases.

Our office is located in North Raleigh, allowing us to serve clients in Wake, Durham, and Johnston Counties in North Carolina. To schedule a consultation with a reputable divorce and family law attorney at our firm, please fill out our contact form, call us at 919-424-8319, or send an email to brian@www.thelawcorner.com.

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