Hickory NC Lawyers Child Support Divorce Attorney Service Announced

A child support service is being offered by The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary, PLLC, contactable on (828) 459-6464. The attorneys at law offer specialized divorce, financial, child support and child custody services to their clients.

Hickory, United States - January 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary, PLLC have announced that they offer a child support claims service. The Hickory, North Carolina based law firm specialize in divorce, child support and custody services. They provide their services to the Hickory, Lenoir, Mooresville, Morgantown and Statesville areas of NC.

For more information please visit the website here: https://mccrarylaw.com/children/child-support

The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary, PLLC is a Hickory, NC based attorney’s office that offers professional and high standard divorce, financial and child related law services. Their specialist lawyers are always on call to answer their clients queries, late night emergencies and respond to each clients individual needs.

The law firm offer this five star quality service by genuinely caring for each individual case, listening, having the proper professional experience, thinking outside the box, charging fairly and always seeking the best outcome for their clients.

The law office have announced that one of their specialist services is child support services. They state that although North Carolina has in place uniform guidelines for determining child support outcomes, there are some situations where the case isn’t always clear cut and judges may need to deviate from the general support guidelines. For example, some parents may want issues included such as college tuition or child disabilities.

The law office’s website features an in-depth guide full of articles which parents can browse and read to find out what they need to know about child support guidelines and options available to them according to the law in the state of North Carolina.

The highly experienced lawyers at The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary provide their clients with expert advice and services as they make their way through the process of obtaining child support and can help them to gain the fair outcome that they need.

Those wishing to find out more about the services offered by The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively, they can be contacted on (828) 459-6464.

Contact Info:
Name: Dustin McCrary
Email: info@mccrarylaw.com
Organization: The Law Office of Dustin S. McCrary, PLLC
Address: 520 8th St NE, Hickory, NC 28601, United States
Phone: +1-828-459-6464

For more information, please visit https://mccrarylaw.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 287088

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