When you contact an attorney you have either exhausted all options or you want to ensure that things are done right. You likely didn’t want to involve lawyers, whether by trying to do-it-yourself, searching for legal forms, or reading how-to guides.
The decision you’re facing is of paramount importance and will influence the rest of your life and/or the lives of your children. Our attorneys are here to help.
If it’s knowledge of the law, experience, and a strong client focus are qualities you’re looking for in a North Carolina family, child welfare, or business firm, you’ve come to the right place.
At Batch, Poore, & Williams, PC, we handle legal matters critical to your lives, and we put your needs first, above all others. Our years of experience, track record of results and growing number of satisfied clients are evidence of our commitment to your case. We are experienced and respected negotiators and litigators, covering routine custody cases, to high conflict equitable distribution and alimony matters. Our attorneys are certified child welfare attorneys who specialize in custody cases with child protective services involvement.
At our Raleigh law offices, you, the client, come first. We counsel clients daily who are going through what you are experiencing. Let us put our experience to work for you.
Regardless of the level of involvement you are requesting, we can provide guidance and assistance. If you’re representing yourself and need guidance as to the law, we maintain an extensive knowledge base of answers to frequently asked questions posed by former clients. If you’re looking for guidance from an attorney but aren’t ready to commit to a full retainer, we offer unbundled legal services that can range from a 30 minute video conference to drafting legal pleadings for your matter.
If you’ve hit a brick wall and are looking for someone to help you get control of your legal matter schedule an initial consultation with our lawyers by contacting us today. We’re available to you by phone, fax or e-mail, and we stay available from that first chat through the resolution of your case.