WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“As a dad in a child custody case, I was very scared that I would not get enough parenting time with my young daughter. But, these two attorneys believed in me and helped me get a 50/50 week on/off schedule from the Judge for my daughter. Their hard work and determination blew me away, and I am forever grateful.” -F.
Skilled Guidance And Counsel When You Need It Most
The attorneys at Lancaster and St. Louis are different than most attorneys — and we like it that way. Since our founding, we have been striving to provide a fresh approach to legal representation in Cabarrus County and the surrounding areas.
What does a fresh approach to legal representation mean? We implement practices that put clients at ease. We tailor our legal services to meet our clients’ individualized needs. Whether through flexible scheduling or direct access and communication with our attorneys, we are focused on providing the superior support and service our clients deserve.
A Comprehensive Family Law Practice
We represent clients in a wide range of family law matters, including divorce, custody and visitation, separation agreements, child support, equitable division of property, prenuptial agreements and post-decree modifications. Additionally, our firm can represent clients seeking stepparent or agency adoption. Visit our family law overview for a more comprehensive listing of our family law services.
Guiding Your Family Forward
Serving Individuals And Local Business Owners
Discuss Your Case With Experienced Attorneys
With an office in Concord, North Carolina, we serve clients throughout Cabarrus County, the Charlotte metro area and the surrounding areas. To schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers at Lancaster and St. Louis, call 704-743-4204, or contact us by email.
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