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OUR LEGAL PRACTICE AREAS
We also handles litigation associated with family law, including custody trials, domestic violence (50B’s) and divorce. Our attorneys bring to the table a different dimension of trial skills than are normally found in family court (District court) — skills that have been honed in Superior Court and Federal Court.
A special subset of Family Law cases involves the Custody of children, and how to obtain these rights. It is often referred to as Custody, rather than Family Law. Custody is the part of Family Law that requires the greatest amount of trial or litigation skill on the part of a lawyer.
On the Federal level, the degree of difficulty of the cases handled goes as high as a Federal war crimes case. There is no type of case, including Internet Defamation, which is immune from winding up at the Federal Level.
We also handle white collar crimes. Criminal punishments have gotten gradually tougher over the past few years, and good legal representation is imperative to protect the accused and his or her record.
As may be seen by Krispen Culbertson’s biography, this law practice has very extensive experience in the field of criminal law. Our attorneys have successfully handled everything from speeding tickets to drug trafficking to homicide cases.
Domestically, Culbertson & Associates has “started up” scores of North Carolina small businesses. Our services include taxation advice, filing of Articles of Incorporation, and ongoing business counsel and litigation.
Internationally, Culbertson & Associates has represented numerous foreign owned business wishing to do business domestically, as well as domestic businesses wishing to enter into contracts with foreign companies, or wishing to do business internationally.
Krispen Culbertson is senior partner at Culbertson & Associates. He studied law at both Wake Forest University in the U.S. and at Oxford University in England. His strengths in international custody law involve countries that are former or current Commonwealth countries.