Rhonda Moorefield and Katherine Fisher are family law and divorce attorneys practicing law in Western North Carolina. Rhonda is a Board Certified Specialist in Family Law and a Certified Family Financial Mediator. These attorneys represent people who are going through significant life changes and those who may be in family crisis. Whether you have a complex financial matter, a custody dispute, or issues relating to domestic violence, Rhonda and Katie are here to help return your life to a more composed, clearer path by unravelling complicated situations and guiding you through the legal processes of separation and divorce. Thoughtful in representation and tough in negotiation, they bring calm guidance and experience to your unique situation.
In addition to all matters relating to separation and divorce, Rhonda and Katie offer a variety of services in areas of law implicated by major life changes, including prenuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, juvenile matters, adoption and family estate planning.
The process of ending a marriage is probably not what you would expect. Several substantive issues must be considered by each of the parties, both in the context of the current circumstances and with an eye on the future. Navigating the substantive aspects of divorce can be overwhelming to the extent that the numerous procedural aspects may seem like a completely unintelligible language. Rhonda and Katie can help alleviate this type of stress by thoroughly explaining and providing the full spectrum of divorce representation, including:
Rhonda Moorefield is an effective and qualified family law mediator. She provides mediating clients the opportunity to bridge the gap created by conflict and reach lasting resolutions. A Certified Family Financial Mediator, Rhonda provides financial mediation services regarding:
Rhonda also provides mediation services for the full spectrum of issues encountered by divorcing couples, including but not limited to child custody.
In almost every divorce case, it may be necessary to readdress your estate plan. It is important to ensure that your assets are directed to the intended beneficiaries, and that there is no confusion created by a past marital relationship. Additionally, estate planning may be a necessary step in complying with orders of the court regarding financial distribution.
Domestic violence plagues families across the world. As family law attorneys, we help victims of domestic violence and their children secure often essential protective orders and get the support they need to move forward to a more stable and happier future. Similarly, we can help clear up any confusion created for individuals who have been inappropriately accused of committing an act of domestic violence.