Divorce and Elder Law Attorneys to Guide You Through Life’s Trying Times
Divorce, separation, death, and the long-term illness of a family member are among the most stressful events you’ll encounter in life. We can help you. Call us today at (919) 863-4183 for a confidential consultation.
The caring attorneys at Allen and Spence have over 40 years of combined legal experience to guide you through these trying periods while minimizing the impact on your finances that these dramatic life events can cause.
We know that losing a spouse to death, separation or divorce, or admitting a family member to a nursing home is stressful enough. You shouldn’t have to worry about whether you’ll have enough money to live on, who’ll take care of your children, or if you’ll lose everything. We have helped hundreds of clients in these types of situations protect their assets and their families.Our practice areas are:
- Elder Law
- Family Law
- Separation Agreements
- V.A. Benefits
- Equitable Distribution
- Alimony and Postseparation Support
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Wills and Trusts
- Domestic Violence
- Breach of Contracts / Separation Agreements
- Powers of Attorney
- Estate Administration and Probate
- Civil Litigation
- Medicaid Applications and Appeals
What makes Allen and Spence different?
We make a commitment to our clients. We are experienced. We know how to assess, settle and litigate complex cases.
We know how to work with government agencies to help you probate estates and apply for Medicaid and V.A. benefits. In short, we know how to help you work towards your goals. We are conveniently located at 3737 Glenwood Avenue. We assist clients all over North Carolina and out-of-state clients with matters in North Carolina.
How can Allen and Spence help me?
We are a family law firm. We help with every kind of estate planing, elder, and divorce law issue.
We concentrate on:
Elder law, estate planning, probate, wills and estates. Amanda Spence is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and has assisted clients for over seventeen years in matters of asset protection, Medicaid, Veterans benefits and estate planning.
Raleigh divorce, Wake County, and NC family law, separation agreements, child custody, child support alimony and equitable distribution. Raleigh divorce lawyer Scott Allen is a trained mediator and has extensive trial and appellate litigation experience.