Family Law | Bankruptcy | Social Security Disability
When people need to hire an attorney, they have often been dealing with a difficult situation for quite some time. Experienced lawyers who are dedicated to aggressively advocating on behalf of their clients and delivering personal attention can make your legal experience less stressful.
At the North Carolina law firm of Roger R. Compton, Attorney At Law, we provide experienced, professional and knowledgeable legal representation to people in family law, bankruptcy and Social Security Disability. Our team of staff and attorneys works together to provide a comfortable atmosphere, in which our clients can trust us to support their interests.
Experienced, Professional, Knowledgeable Representation
We are dedicated to supporting our clients with the knowledge we have gained in our many years of experience. Attorney Roger Compton has been practicing for more than 30 years. With our knowledge, we can guide our clients through the legal system, helping them understand their rights and their options, and make informed decisions.
Family law matters often involve very sensitive issues. Many people who are considering bankruptcy have had creditors calling and are constantly struggling to pay their bills. Those who apply for Social Security Disability may struggle with bills and pain. We understand that these situations can be emotionally and financially difficult, but we are dedicated to helping you make important decisions and making your legal experience less stressful.
Contact Our Cumberland County Bankruptcy Lawyers
If you have a family law matter, are considering filing for bankruptcy or need help with your Social Security Disability application, Roger R. Compton, Attorney At Law, can help. Our experienced attorneys will deliver quality legal representation in a comfortable atmosphere.
Contact us online or call us at 910-225-4268 or toll free at 800-601-1152 to speak with an experienced Fayetteville family law attorney.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.