Safeguard your career with
Divorce for Professionals
Protect your future and safeguard your career with legal solutions from Charlotte Christian Law.
You’ve spent years investing in your family’s future. Don’t lose it all in a divorce.
- I earned an advanced degree, make more money than my spouse, and want to protect my hard work.
- I sacrificed my career to care for the family and home, and/or contributed financially while my spouse earned an advanced degree.
In either situation, our team works with the client to support their position with evidence and voice their desires to their partner or the court. We prepare documents, present arguments, and state their case for why they believe they deserve certain assets, alimony, or other requested outcomes.
Protecting your assets and interests
Clients with professional degrees often want to protect their hard work and earnings during a divorce. When you or your spouse has such a degree, it is important to understand how this affects your financial standing, including assets and debts.
Whether you are the professional or your spouse is, it’s important to understand how a divorce affects your financial standing.
Asset and Property Division
The way asset and property division is handled differs by state. If you are in an equitable distribution state, where the judge splits the couple’s assets and debts fairly (but not necessarily equally), having experienced divorce attorneys on your side to ensure your goals are defended is crucial.
When one spouse provides financial support for the other’s education and training, that person may be entitled to alimony during a divorce proceeding. Likewise, if the supporting spouse put their own education or career goals on hold, they may have an alimony case.
Individual and Shared Debts
There’s a lot to consider when one partner holds a professional degree. Our team assesses the degree’s value and any related debt, protecting our client’s rights. We may work with vocational experts, economists, and others to better understand the degree and professional career before negotiating with the spouse or taking the case to court.
Protect Yourself from an Unfair Divorce
Our attorneys are here to protect your business and income, and fight for the assets you deserve during your divorce. Take the first step in protecting and securing your future today.
Experienced Advocates on Your Side
Protect Your Interests
Your case is centered around what matters most to you. Our team is prepared to voice your requests to your partner and the court for why you deserve specific assets, alimony, and any other items that hold importance to you.
Make Educated Decisions
When you consult with us about a case, we will give an honest assessment of your situation. That means being upfront with you about your case’s potential strengths and weaknesses, so you can make informed decisions moving forward.
Move forward with Confidence
Knowing the next steps helps you plan your future with confidence. We’ll keep you updated on all communications regarding your case so you never have to question where you stand.
You Can’t Move On if You Don’t Move Forward
You’re more than just a file.
At Charlotte Christian Law, we take the time to understand more than just your file. We listen to your story, understand your unique situation, and develop a personalized strategy that fits your needs and desired outcomes.
We know that every case is different. So, whether you are looking to end a bad marriage, fight for custody of your children, or make sure an amicable divorce doesn’t leave you in an unfair position, our attorneys are on your side every step of the way.
Let the end of your marriage be the start of your new life. With Charlotte Christian Law by your side, you have the support, knowledge, and legal counsel to finally move forward.
Our Practice Areas
Feel heard and protected with attorneys who have experience in all aspects of divorce and family law.
We offer a full range of services for our clients who are going through a divorce and work tirelessly to protect your family, your property, and your financial assets.
Child custody negotiations are often the most difficult part of a divorce. We protect what matters most by keeping the best interest of the child front and center.
Division of Assets
Equitable division of assets doesn’t necessarily mean split 50/50. Ensure your assets are divided fairly and that you understand the process with our team at your side.
Alimony can have a long-term impact on your financial security. Make sure you have a no-nonsense advocate in your corner to defend your interests.
Meet the Founder
Charlotte Christian, Esq. is a family and divorce lawyer and the founder of Charlotte Christian Law. She has her JD from Faulkner University and an LLM in Trial Advocacy from Temple.
Charlotte is committed to helping those who have experienced loss overcome their hardships and build a new life, stronger and more resilient than they were before.
I can write all day long and it still won’t be enough to praise how dedicated and fair this attorney is. Charlotte and her firm were anxious to help, organized and confident from the moment they heard my case. I did not have any reservations in trusting her with handling my difficult divorce. She was… Read more “Scott Wallace”
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Alyson is by far the best attorney for fathers and complicated cases. I am very pleased with the outcome of my case. Being a male in the south she was able to help me obtain full custody of my 12 year old daughter. She saved her from an unfit home and I appreciate that more… Read more “Heath Knox”
Although our case didn’t go the way we wanted Alexis Killough did everything she could for us. At the end when I was down about the case having to be dismissed she became more than our attorney she became a friend. She didn’t hesitate to lend an ear and offer words of encouragement. Thank you… Read more “Aidee Hernandez”
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