Divorce and Property Settlements

Whether your divorce and property settlement can be resolved creatively by participating in problem-solving conversations or litigation is required to achieve resolution, Jack Poisson will provide competent, dedicated representation. Jack understands the emotional and, potentially financial, devastation that the end of a marriage can cause. The splitting of property and items you collected as a family is a difficult, often painful, chore.

Jack Poisson employs collaborative and cooperative law models in his daily practice. He encourages his clients to participate in the creation of plans that respond to your unique needs, and to find lasting resolution on the other end. When this cannot be possible, Jack is a trial attorney. He handles Divorce and property settlement matters, including:

  • Equitable Distribution
  • Alimony and Postseparation Support
  • Divorce from Bed and Board
  • Absolute Divorce
  • Separation and Property Settlement Agreements
  • Post-Nuptial Agreements

Divorce is possibly the most difficult and confusing thing you may go through. The guidance of an attorney considerate of your future, your goals and lifelong desires is imperative. Jack Poisson offers free divorce and property settlement consultations in Asheville.

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Jack Poisson, Esq.
PO Box 2955
Asheville, NC 28802

828 275-7577 Phone
888 849-4169 FAX


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