Practice Areas


Eatmon Law Firm, PC helps married couples and individuals with the following types of adoptions: Private Adoptions. The adoptive parents locate a child available for …

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Separation Agreements

A successful negotiation between the attorneys of divorcing spouses often ends with the signing of a settlement agreement called a Separation Agreement and Property Settlement …

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Equitable Distribution

When spouses separate and divorce in North Carolina, one of the issues that must be resolved is the division of the property and debt they …

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Child Custody & Child Support

In North Carolina, issues related to children of divorcing spouses typically include (1) legal custody of the children; (2) physical custody of the children; and …

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Settlement​ Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) allows clients to resolve disputes outside the courtroom in an attempt to avoid the uncertainty and expense of litigation. If …

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Alimony & Post-Separation Support

Determining the amount and duration of financial support owed to a spouse who is “dependent” on the other spouse (typically because there is a significant …

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Absolute Divorce

Obtaining an absolute divorce is the only time the court must be involved in the separation/divorce process because only the court can grant an absolute …

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Eatmon Law Firm (ELF) REMAINS OPEN!

  • We are accepting new clients.
  • We continue to represent our current clients in the same diligent fashion we always have.
  • In order to keep our staff and clients healthy, we are working remotely as much as possible.
  • We will conduct face to face meetings by appointment only and will follow recommended safety protocols.
  • Remote video or phone consultations can be held during normal business hours.
  • All staff are available by phone and email from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. every weekday.
  • Mediations taking place prior to April 12, 2020 will be held via videoconference, pursuant to the directive by the NC Dispute Resolution Commission.