Greetings. Yes, the divorce laws in North Carolina are difficult to comprehend, remember, and apply in many situations. They change often and one must stay current on the laws in this area. It is easy to “burn out” when you deal with angry, emotionally charged people on a daily basis. Nevertheless, some of us realize that we are called to deal with people in crisis and enjoy the great sense of accomplishment that comes with getting a client to the other side where they too see the light at the end of their tunnel.
We focus solely on the area of divorce law, trying to make ourselves better people and better attorneys on a daily basis. We have tremendous leadership here at our firm, which I believe makes all the difference. Finally, we have firm goals, plans, meetings, targets, fun times, and community … which I can honestly tell you that I could not work without.
Thank you for your kind words and praise and may your current attorney represent you well!
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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