Hickory and Newton, NC Family Law, Divorce, Separation & Custody Attorney

Take care of what matters most

Family Law covers a wide range of legal services and options. Finding an experienced attorney to help you understand what legal options are available to you can be an invaluable service so that you, your children, and your family are set up for life. Below are just some of the areas of law that Hannah Miller can handle for you and guide you through.

Separation Agreements & Divorce

Our State has old and sometimes confusing laws about divorce and separation. Hannah Miller can help you navigate the confusion and set in place a separation agreement to make divorce proceedings go more smoothly.

Child Custody

How will child custody affect child support? How can I make sure my children are safe when I cannot be around. What does “full custody” or “half custody” even mean? Let Hannah Miller guide you through these questions at more at a no-obligation consultation.

Equitable Distribution & Marital Property

Before a judge decides how your property will split, Hannah Miller can go to work for you negotiating and fighting for your property in a divorce. Knowing what is marital and non-marital property, and how to work the court system, can make all the difference when it comes to diving a marriage’s worth of possessions.

Child Support

Don’t settle for less than your children are worth. When parents can no longer get along, don’t let money get in the way of raising your children in a healthy environment. Talk to Hannah to find out how she can put North Carolina child support law to work for you.

Spousal Support & Alimony

Don’t be undervalued. Spousal support and Alimony are effective ways to divorce without falling into financial problems. Hannah Miller can work with you to make sure assets and money are fully counted so you can protects what’s yours and fight for what you’re entitled to under the law.

And so much more…

  • Alienation of Affection
  • Criminal Conversation
  • Divorce from Bed & Board
  • Paternity
  • Guardianship
  • Postnuptial Agreements