Wake County is the 10th Judicial District in North Carolina and has its own court rules and procedures. The rules you must follow for a family matter in Wake County are not the same as those for Johnston or Harnett counties.
That is why when you live in Wake County and have a family-related legal issue, you need to work with an attorney who is familiar with this local court system. An attorney who focuses on family matters in another county will not immediately know the domestic rules for Wake County Courts in District 10 or be familiar with the judges and coordinators in Wake County.
If you need to move forward with a divorce, have a paternity or child custody dispute, were a victim of domestic violence, or are part of another family matter, contact a family attorney at Breeden Law Office. North Carolina family law attorney Jonathan Breeden will review your situation and explain the Wake County family court process. Call (919) 661-4970 for an initial consultation.
In North Carolina, the court system is divided into three divisions: the District Court Division, the Superior Court Division, and the Appellate Division. In addition to these courts, counties can createspecialty courts to handle specific types of cases. Wake County has implemented a family court dedicated to domestic matters, including:
When you have a family matter that must head to court in Wake County, you can feel comfortable knowing your issue will go before a judge that specifically hears domestic cases and no other types of civil claims. The family court judges are trained to hear family-related issues and to make decisions fully in accordance with North Carolina law. You will also have one judge assigned to your family, providing you with consistency throughout the legal process.
If you have a family-related legal matter, contact an experienced and trusted family attorney at Breeden Law Office right away. We will explain North Carolina law regarding your matter, your rights and obligations, and what to expect in the family court process.
Some of the major steps of the family court process are:
If you have a legal issue, all you may know is that you need to head to your local court system. However, what that means can vary greatly depending on where you live. Each county’s local district courts are set up differently. While Wake County has a family court to handle domestic issues, other counties such as Johnston and Harnett counties do not. This is why it is essential to work with an attorney who is not only well-versed in your type of legal matter, but who is also familiar with your local court system.
At Breeden Law Office, attorney Jonathan Breeden has years of experience representing individuals throughout Johnston, Harnett, and Wake counties. He is up-to-date on the procedural differences in these regions, and have established relationships inside these courthouses.
Call Breeden Law Office today:(919) 296-3978