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Stallard & Bellof focuses on family law matters, including child custody, child support, divorce, separation, spousal support, and more, in North Carolina.
We represent clients throughout the Charlotte and Mecklenburg County area by providing highly personalized legal services and a commitment to protecting our client’s legal rights and interests. Everyone’s circumstances are different – we listen to you to learn the unique details of your particular situation so we can help you understand your options and determine the most effective strategy for your case.
Stallard & Bellof believes in a team approach to legal representation: attorneys and clients working together as partners to resolve family law matters. Client participation and input are essential to a successful relationship.
Carolyn is a Certified Family Law Specialist in North Carolina, a distinction only approximately 250 attorneys have. Carolyn has litigated many family law cases in Mecklenburg, Union, Gaston, and Cabarrus Counties.
Krista has spent the last twelve years practicing primarily family law, assisting clients with separation, divorce, custody, child and spousal support, and property distribution.
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Whether you are negotiating a settlement or litigating a dispute, we’re here to help. The dedicated attorneys at Stallard & Bellof have over 30 years combined experience assisting clients with their issues.
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Our office represents clients throughout Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, including Dilworth, Plaza-Midwood, South End, South Park, Cotswold, Pineville, Steele Creek, Arboretum, Blakeney and Ballantyne. We also represent clients in Gaston County, Cabarrus County, and Union County.
Attorneys at Stallard & Bellof, PLLC are licensed to practice law in North Carolina.
Stallard & Bellof welcomes clients regardless of race, color, creed, religion, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship status, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, or age.
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