Family law affects people personally and emotionally. They involve whom we choose to share our lives with and how we raise our children. Decisions made in family court can affect your family and your finances for many years to come. That is why we believe it is important to retain experienced North Carolina representation to assist you with your legal issues.
Experienced Family Lawyers
At the Mast Law Firm, our family law attorneys have more than four decades of experience helping North Carolinians resolve a wide range of family law matters. You can rely on our skills and experience to help you achieve the best possible outcome to your legal situation. To discuss your concern, please contact an attorney at our law offices in either the Johnston County Smithfield location or the Wake County Garner location today.
We provide compassionate and knowledgeable legal counsel in all family legal services including those involving:
- Grandparents’ Rights
- Termination of Parental Rights
- Paternity and Legitimation Actions
- Premarital (Prenuptial) Agreements
- Ante-Nuptial (Post-nuptial) Agreements
- Enforcement and Modification of Court Orders
- No Contact / Stalking Protective Orders
- Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support
Are you a father seeking the right to visit his children? Are you a mother who needs help obtaining court-ordered child support payments? Are you thinking of expanding your family through adoption? We can help you with all of these concerns and more. We know how to work efficiently so that we can resolve your legal issue effectively for a reasonable cost. To learn more about how we can be of service to you, please contact our law firm today.
Top Divorce Lawyer
For four decades, Mast Law Firm has developed the knowledge and experience to help clients address a wide-variety of divorce concerns. Our divorce lawyers represent clients throughout North Carolina, focusing on Johnston and Wake Counties with a variety of family legal needs,
Child Custody Lawyers
Whether you were never married, are no longer married, or are separating from your children’s other parent, you remain a parent to your children forever. The child custody and visitation attorneys of Mast, Mast, Johnson, Wells & Trimyer P.A. can help you protect and enforce your rights as a parent. To discuss your concerns about child custody and visitation, please contact our law firm today. Learn more about child custody and visitation.
Conflicts over child support can quickly turn a simple divorce into a complicated legal proceeding. Since 1962, our lawyers have represented hundreds of clients – we know firsthand the challenges clients face to protect their rights. At Mast, Mast, Johnson, Wells & Trimyer P.A., we tailor our legal approach to our clients’ unique needs. We offer convenient appointments at our law offices located in Garner and Smithfield. Contact us today to meet with one of our experienced attorneys. Learn more about alimony & spousal support payments.
Distribution of Property
Our property division attorneys have been protecting the rights and the assets of clients throughout eastern North Carolina for more than 45 years. We have handled divorces involving millions of dollars in marital assets as well as ones with virtually no assets. No matter what the size of your estate, our lawyers make certain that all marital assets are included, properly valued, and equitably divided. For more information, visit our legal services page.
Domestic Violence Lawyer
If you are a victim of domestic violence, you are not alone. Mast Law Firm can help. It is estimated that 4 million women in the United States are victims of each year. Although women make up the vast majority of the victims, men and children are also its victims. Violence cases receive special attention in North Carolina courts and are handled differently from other assault related cases because the crime was committed in the context of a prior or existing domestic relationship. A domestic related charge is extremely serious, as they usually cannot be expunged from a North Carolina criminal background check. A conviction can prevent you from owning a gun and can cause issues in divorce and custody proceedings. We take every single case we work extremely seriously. Learn more about our domestic violence lawyers.