Asheboro Family Law | Randolph County Family Law2018-10-03T18:47:38+00:00

Asheboro Family Law

Your family matters, and the laws that affect them are important. When you are looking for an experienced Asheboro Family Law Attorney, look no further than Dummit Fradin. Our team of family law lawyers are experienced in the Randolph county courts. We have the experience, knowledge, and dedication to see your family through these trying times.

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Welcome to Dummit Fradin | Asheboro Family Law

Divorce and other family law matters are some of the most important, personal and complex issues a person can face. During times like these, our experienced, caring family law attorneys can help consult, advise and navigate the complex challenges of the Asheboro family law system. We have a team of legal professionals that will fight to get the best resolution possible.

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Stephanie Goldsborough
Stephanie GoldsboroughAttorney
Attorney Stephanie Goldsborough is an experienced Asheboro Family law attorney who has an established reputation for providing aggressive advocacy, both inside and outside of the courtroom. Under her reliable legal guidance, you can feel more confident about the direction of your case and your future .
Megan Spidell
Megan SpidellAttorney
Megan’s dedication and commitment to protecting families has earned her a reputation for being a hard hitting litigator. She is passionate about not just safeguarding the rights of her clients, but also helping them obtain the results they need to reach their goals. Megan knows the Asheboro Family law courts well and does everything possible to ensure the needs of her clients are met, from start to finish.
Liz Alaniz
Liz AlanizLegal Assistant
Liz Alaniz is a crucial component of our Asheboro Family law team. A true professional, she supports our Attorneys and works with clients and their families. She is caring, dedicated and has a passion for helping others and making a difference in people’s lives.

Randolph County Divorce Factors

At Dummit Fradin, we have a team dedicated to Asheboro Family law. We have extensive experience interpreting and applying Asheboro family law, as well as guiding our clients through complex disputes and issues that affect their families. Our experienced divorce attorneys are here to help make the complex legal process as effective and smooth as possible for you and your loved ones. With our valuable experience in mediation and arbitration, we are committed to help you reach swift and amicable results. If a trial is necessary, our proven litigators will fight to defend your rights while securing the best outcome for you and your family.

  • There is a legal marriage to be dissolved.

  • The spouses have been separated for at least 1 year and one of the parties intended to make the separation permanent.

  • Resident of North Carolina for at least 6 months.

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Randolph County Child Custody Factors

Child custody factors that the Asheboro or Randolph courts use to determine who to award custody of a child to may seem arbitrary, but the factors that the Asheboro family law courts use do have a common theme, and that is, what is in the best interest of the child?

The court will look at many things that include:

  • Who has been the Primary Caregiver.

  • Any history of criminal behavior.

  • The ability to provide a stable home environment.

  • Living conditions of the parents who have child custody.

  • Parent’s employment history.

  • Use of drugs or alcohol in the home.

  • Medical history of the parents or children.

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Randolph County Courthouse

The Historic Randolph County courthouse, located in Asheboro, North Carolina, was built by the Wheeler and Runge architecture firm in Charlotte, NC. Construction began in 1908 and the Courthouse was finished in 1909 along with 2 other buildings used for law offices and a jail. The courthouse building was listed in the National Register of Historic places in 1979. The old courthouse is at 145 Worth Street, Asheboro, North Carolina.

The new Courthouse in Randolph county has been built on the east side of the original historic courthouse building. It can be found at 176 E Salisbury St, in the county seat of Randolph county, Asheboro, NC. It was designed by Moser Mayer Phoenix associates of Greensboro, NC. The modern courthouse was built in 2000 and finished in 2002. It is a 4-story concrete and glass structure that faces north. The north front has a projecting semi-circular first story with a four-story section rising behind with glass walls in the center section. The main building has vertical windows on the third and fourth stories.

The general information phone number for the Randolph county courthouse is (336) 318-6474. If you need to contact someone in a specific court or department, those contact numbers can be found HERE in the official Randolph county court telephone directory.

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Our Distinguishing Achievements

Top 100 National trial lawyers
ASLA top 100 Lawyers award
AVVO 10.0 Superb Family Law
SuperLawyers
Avvo Rating 10.0 Superb Top Attorney DUI / DWI Award
ASLA TOP 40 Lawyer Under 40 Award
NTL Top 40 Trial Lawyers Under 40 Award

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The needs of our clients always come first. For the convenience of the individuals we serve, we have three office locations. No matter what the case entails, we look forward to meeting and working with you to get through this matter as efficiently and effectively as possible.

1133 West First Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 777-8081
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820 North Elm Street
High Point, NC 27262
(336) 777-1770
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412 West Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336) 482-3848
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