Practice Areas

Practice Areas
Family Law

A family unit can be one of the most important aspects of an individual’s life. It can provide individuals
with support and stability during difficult times and can be a source of love and happiness during good

Child Custody

When a marriage ends in divorce or when unmarried parents separate, both parents remain responsible for the care and well-being of their children. However, parents often disagree about what is best for their children and what rights and responsibilities each parent should take on.

Interstate Child Custody

Going through a divorce with children can be complex and emotional. From figuring out child custody to settling on child support payments, it is crucial that your children’s needs are always a priority throughout your case. That is where having an experienced child custody attorney can help you immensely.

Child Support

Ending a marriage is never easy, especially when there are children involved. If you and your spouse decide to divorce, there are a variety of important matters regarding your children that you must address, such as child custody and child support. Unfortunately, because getting divorced is already a stressful situation for most people, these issues often result in disputes between parents.


Even under the best circumstances, divorce is stressful. When conflicts over children, finances and other matters enter the equation, the divorce process can be a grueling endurance test.
It doesn’t have to be so hard, and you do not have to face it alone. All you need is a proven legal ally by your side.

Complex Divorce

Going through a divorce is an emotional process that’s difficult for anyone. If you and your previous partner struggle to come to any agreements and it seems like every topic becomes an argument, the process can be even harder.

Domestic Violence

Over the past several months, our nation has experienced circumstances that haven’t been seen in 100 years. Individuals have had to refrain from seeing friends and family, work environments, and social engagements.

Grandparent Rights

While parents dispute over custody, grandparents often feel cut off from the proceedings (and the children they love). Other third parties such as aunts, uncles and adult siblings may also desire a say in the proceedings, lest they lose contact with a child they care about.

Same Sex Divorce

Court decisions in recent years have changed the landscape of LGBTQ family law, culminating in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which made it illegal for states to ban same-sex marriages. Complex legal issues remain, however, for those in the LGBTQ community facing divorce, child custody disputes and other family law issues.

Spousal Support

When a marriage ends in divorce, one household becomes two. If there is disparity in income between the spouses, it can cause a situation in which one spouse cannot support himself or herself alone. Spousal support, also known as practice-separation support and alimony, is designed to address this problem.

Alienation of Affection

In North Carolina, an extramarital affair can prove extremely costly for the party outside of the marriage. Our state’s alienation of affection and criminal conversation laws allow the wronged spouse to sue people who significantly interfere with a marital relationship or entice a spouse into straying from a marriage.

Property Division

As married couples advance through life together, they often acquire property and assets. When it comes time to divorce, these items must be divided in a process called “equitable distribution.”

High Net Worth Divorce

Divorce is always a struggle, but it gets especially complicated with the addition of larger assets. Money is always the main topic of discussion when it comes to divorce settlements, especially when deciding who retains what property after the final verdict.

Civil Litigation

If you are engaged in a civil dispute in North Carolina, Parsons Law, PA in Asheville is here to protect your rights and interests. We apply a proactive and tenacious approach to litigation, seeking to resolve disputes efficiently out of court whenever possible, but always prepared to go the distance.

Juvenile Law

The law provides strong protections for children who are subject to or are at risk of abuse and neglect. In comparing juvenile law to other areas of the law, it is complex and unique in many ways. When Child Protective Services (CPS) gets involved, parents are often at risk of losing contact with the child.

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Family Law


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