LGBTQ Family Lawyers in Mooresville, NC
At Daly Mills Family Law, our experienced LGBTQ family law attorneys believe in inclusiveness and understand it is only possible to successfully represent the people of North Carolina when our services extend to all our communities.
That includes unmarried parents, same-sex couples, and any type of family that may include two moms, two dads, or not include children at all.
As part of our commitment to the Lake Norman area, and the rest of our fellow North Carolinians, our law firm was featured in Limitless Magazine to shine a light on combining our compassion with the legal skills necessary to protect our clients’ futures.
More importantly, our family lawyers do our jobs because we care about our clients, and only take a limited number of cases each month to ensure everyone gets the personal attention they deserve.
Our dedicated family law attorneys have offices conveniently located in Mooresville making us easy to find and even easier to reach, so our clients can achieve their goals in the way they want to achieve them.
When you are ready to talk, we are ready to fight for what you hold dear.
Legal Help For Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Individuals and Families Throughout North Carolina
Our Mooresville LGBTQ family law attorneys can help you understand how to make the law work for you and your family through:
- Adoption Processes, including Second Parent Adoption for Same-Sex Couples
- Alimony and Spousal Support
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Coparenting Agreements
- Domestic Partnership Agreements
- Domestic Violence
- Estate Planning and Administration
- Fiancée or Marriage-Based Visas
- Gender Marker Changes
- Healthcare and Finances for Same-Sex Couples
- Marriage and Immigration
- Mediation Services
- Name Changes
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Property and Asset Division
- Separation Agreements
- Surrogacy Agreements and Assisted Reproduction
Protecting yourself, your partner, and your family are the priority. Let us use our extensive knowledge to help you accomplish your goals by outlining your customized legal needs with skill and precision, so you know we are fighting for a successful outcome.
Your family, finances, and future are worth fighting for. Allow us to take the lead in protecting what’s yours.
Contact Our North Carolina LGBTQ Family Law Attorneys Today for a Consultation
At Daly Mills Family Law, our LGBTQ attorneys in Mooresville focus on each of our client’s unique legal needs, and that begins by keeping our caseloads small. Each time you contact our office, you will have access to attorneys and support staff who can answer your questions, allay your fears, and develop practical legal solutions that make sense.
Family law and future planning matters may be complex, but they are all we do. And we do it because we want to help our North Carolina clients confidently build their futures for success.
It’s a jungle out there. Protect what’s yours. Contact our Mooresville family law attorneys today at 704-901-8855 or online to develop a partnership that produces actual results.
Frequently Asked Questions for Our LGBTQ Family Law Attorneys in Mooresville, North Carolina
Are Civil Unions or Domestic Partnerships Legally Equivalent to Marriage For Same-Sex Couples?
While civil unions and domestic partnerships are methods of formally recognizing same-sex couples, these relationships usually do not confer the same privileges and benefits as marriage does. However, there are domestic partnership agreements that provide legal protections for both parties and their futures.
How Can My Same-Sex Spouse Qualify for a Marriage Visa?
A same-sex spouse would qualify for a marriage visa in the same way an opposite-sex spouse would. In 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), the federal law that defined marriage as solely between a man and a woman. This Supreme Court ruling now requires that all federal agencies treat spouses in the same manner, whether they are a part of same-sex or opposite-sex marriage.
If you are applying for a marriage visa for your same-sex spouse, you must first either be a United States citizen or a legal permanent resident of the United States. If one of those is true, we can help you file a Petition for an Alien Relative, and will prepare you for the next steps, so no legal detail is left to chance.
Can I Provide For My Same-Sex Spouse or Partner in My Estate Plans?
Yes. Establishing a will, trust, or other estate plans is highly recommended for same-sex couples, whether married or unmarried, to protect against legal challenges from family or other individuals who would take property away from the deceased’s significant other, against the true, but perhaps unarticulated, intentions of the deceased partner.