Family Law
Certified Mediator
Office In Concord
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About The Law Offices of Aimee E. Cain

A Family Law Leader In
Concord And Cabarrus County

At The Law Offices of Aimee E. Cain, we strive to provide exceptional legal representation in all types of family matters. Attorney, Aimee E. Cain, has than 25 years of legal experience, she has devoted the majority of her career to family law matters. With her depth of experience, she is able to identify and implement effective, economical solutions.

Having been through divorce herself, Aimee has a personal understanding of the challenges you may face. She understands that when going through a divorce, child custody issue or other family matter, you may not always be at your best. There are no judgments at our law firm. Rather, we do everything we can to help our clients make sound decisions. We make ourselves available to answer emails, return phone calls and communicate with our clients about their cases.

Get started on your case with a free office consultation. Call (704) 960-4656 or email us to schedule a consultation.

Serving Families
In Cabarrus County

From our office in Concord, we serve families throughout Cabarrus County and the northeast Charlotte metro area. If you are going through a divorce or need guidance through a parenting dispute, please contact us to schedule a consultation. Call (704) 960-4656 or send an email via our online portal.

Work With A Certified Mediator

Attorney Aimee E. Cain is a certified family law mediator. She is specially trained to help you avoid unnecessary court battles when resolving disputes. You know what is best for your kids and your future, and she will work with you to have your voice heard throughout the process.

How Can We Help You With Your Case?

Standing Up For You And Your Children

Agreements

Alimony

Divorce

Child Custody & Support

Arbitration

Domestic Violence

Equitable Distribution

Mediation

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I Have To Go To Court?

No. While going to court may be necessary if you are unable to reach an agreement, you may be able to avoid court by trying to reach an agreement first. Even if you and the other parent don’t always get along, you probably know what is best for your kids and your lives. Talking it out allows you to prioritize your needs and address your concerns, and because of this, you are always encouraged to try mediation first.

How Is Child Support Calculated In North Carolina?

Child support is calculated based on a number of factors in North Carolina. These include:.

  • You and the other parent’s income
  • Your custody arrangement
  • Your child’s needs for health care, schooling and other activities

While the actual amount is based on a formula, it can be important to speak to an attorney to get a full picture of how your family’s situation factors into this calculation.

It is also possible to achieve a child support arrangement through mediation. If you and your child’s other parent are able to reach an agreement, this can help preserve your ability to share parenting duties and protect your relationship with your child.

If I Share Custody, Will I Pay Or Receive Child Support?

In situations where custody is shared, you might still consider child support to ensure that all of your child’s needs are met. The amount of child support can vary depending on how the custody is shared, which of your child’s expenses are paid by each parent and other specific details about your family and your situation.

What If I Want To Modify An Existing Agreement?

Especially if your life situation has changed – whether through relocation, a change in income or a change in your child’s specific needs – modification is an option that allows you to create a child custody and support arrangement that reflects your family. If you want to modify your agreement, it is important to have the paperwork from your previous court case ready so that your attorney can fully understand your current situation. You may also need other financial documents for added context.

Helping You Understand Child Custody And Support

Attorney Aimee E. Cain has been through divorce herself and understands what you are going through. Rely on her experience to help you protect your family and resolve conflict in the most sensitive family matters.

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