We're here to help you make it the rest of the way.
We understand the trials you face on a daily basis because our firm is made up of people just like you. If you are having trouble with law enforcement, are worried about your immigration status and its consequences, or are unsure if an insurance company is offering you a fair settlement for injuries sustained in a car accident or at work...
We're available 24 hours a day to help.
A few months back a client came into our office asking for help in obtaining his records from immigration. This man mentioned that he had submitted an application for something decades ago and wanted to know if he could get legal status in this country. We did a FOIA, and we recently received his file. We discovered that this man was granted temporary residency under a special legalization law for agricultural workers in the 80s, commonly referred to as "amnesty" in this time.
We have gotten two more dreamers advanced parole in the last 24 hours. Are you a dreamer and either have deferred action or are eligible for DACA? Come talk to us and see if you can get permission to "legally" leave the country and reenter!
If you or a loved one are facing investigation, arrest, trial, or jail time in North Carolina or federal court, then you need an aggressive criminal defense plan. That includes having a criminal lawyer that is experienced and dedicated to seeking justice for people who are charged with a crime. Whether you’ve been accused of driving drunk (DWI), assault, battery, theft, burglary, rape, sexual assault, or any sort of drug crime (possession, intent to distribute, or intent to manufacture of heroin, crystal meth (methamphetamine), cocaine, marijuana, or other controlled substances), or any kind of felony or misdemeanor, you need your criminal defense lawyer at your side.
The end of a marriage is a painful and complicated matter and Diener Law is here to help you navigate through this turbulent time. So as to help you understand what you may experience in the near future, it is important to fully appreciate the nature of divorce as it is defined and construed in North Carolina statutes written by our legislators and common law (laws set by judges through their decisions in divorce lawsuits).