Compassion & Advocacy

Sarah Miranda, Family Law Attorney

Fayetteville & Fort Bragg

A Caring Approach to Family Law

Family law often deals with major life-changing issues. Whether it’s the excitement of adoption, the hardship of dissolving a marriage, or determining the best situation for your children – Sarah Miranda will provide compassion and advocacy.

The Miranda Law Firm has a well-earned reputation for its caring approach and effective handling of family law matters. You can have peace of mind that an experienced, fair, and persistent family law attorney will represent you in Cumberland County. Sarah Miranda will listen carefully and sincerely to understand the circumstances you face and help you move forward legally, financially, and emotionally.

Sarah Miranda, Family Law Attorney

As a Fayetteville native, Sarah Miranda has years of experience in family law, divorce, child custody, and property division. As a divorce lawyer in Cumberland County, she is well-respected among her colleagues and the Cumberland County court system.

Sarah Miranda is a mindful, goal-oriented, and decisive advocate who demonstrates compassion and understanding for her clients. She is one of the few lawyers in Cumberland County to offer collaborative divorce services. She understands what clients are going through and strives to reduce the stress and conflict often associated with divorce.

Although an amicable resolution is ideal, Sarah Miranda is ready to meet the challenge and push back if the opposing side acts assertively. When you are a client of Miranda Law Firm, you will be embraced by an attorney and her team that stands by your side and has your back.

How You Divorce Matters

People often associate the word divorce with courtroom battles and nasty custody hearings. Many people dive assertively into a divorce without understanding the consequences of their decisions. As a result, more damage is added to an already complicated situation.

However, there are fair-minded, alternative approaches to dissolving a marriage that include more control over the outcome and putting your needs and those of your children at the forefront. As a Cumberland County divorce lawyer and collaborative divorce attorney, Sarah Miranda is committed to helping individuals reach an agreeable resolution and settlement.

Choosing the Process that is Right for You

Although each case is different,  divorce still comes with some level of worry and anxiety about the future. Questions about your children, finances, and assets are challenges you must consider in the compounded process of ending your marriage. In the divorce process, conflict is inevitable; however, how you choose to handle that conflict will determine a lot about your future

Collaborative

Collaborative Divorce is a confidential, non-adversarial divorce process that omits the courtroom. This option focuses on the goals of both parties and prioritizes any children involved. The purpose is to allow couples to achieve a mutually acceptable resolution while maintaining more privacy and a higher level of controlled outcome.

Litigation

If negotiation is out of the question or if mediation is unsuccessful, the case will typically go to court to be reviewed and decided by a judge. Litigation is the traditional adversarial approach, and it is strongly advised to retain a lawyer to represent you. In litigation, decisions such as custody, property division, and alimony may rest with the judge. 

Ms. Miranda was absolutely amazing. She went above and beyond for my case. I one hundred percent recommended her and her team.

Courtney Howell

I was a soldier who was deployed and had very little means of communication. Ms. Miranda’s team worked with me the whole time and saw to it that I got what I needed. I didn’t know how to go about my divorce process but it was handled with the utmost priority and professionalism. They didn’t break my wallet and I couldn’t be happier with the end result.

Ralph Diaz

Ms. Miranda and her team were a pleasure to work with. My husband and I are thankful for them helping us to get custody of our 3 grandkids. I would recommend them to anyone with custody needs.

Cindy Duffield

What is a Collaborative Divorce?

Traditional divorces are often costly, time-consuming legal battles that tend to add more conflict and strain to an already difficult situation. The confidential, respectful alternative to litigation is a collaborative divorce. A collaborative divorce is a “no court divorce” that allows separating couples and families to move forward with their lives in a non-adversarial manner. The process is much more comfortable, cost-friendly, and private. The outcome of a collaborative divorce also tends to be more fair and agreeable for all parties involved.

Benefits of a Collaborative divorce

  • You obtain privacy and more control of the outcome.
  • You protect your children from the courtroom and can make arrangements that are in their best interest. 
  • You can ensure everyone’s financial needs are met. 
  • You save money and time by avoiding court. 
  • You have a voice in regard to the outcome. 

Child Custody

Sarah Miranda is a widely trusted and experienced child custody lawyer in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She has helped countless parents obtain rights to their children and file for custody in North Carolina, along with filing for child support, child visitation rights, and child support modification. 

Military Divorce

Military divorce is not like traditional divorce, as some particular rules and requirements apply to U.S. service members and their spouses when they divorce. There are many factors to consider, such as children, pensions, and spousal support. Sarah Miranda understands what’s on the line as a military divorce attorney in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She has handled complex military divorce cases for service members and their spouses stationed at Fort Bragg and abroad.

Prenuptial Agreements

As a prenuptial agreement lawyer, Sarah Miranda has the experience to settle the often-sticky side of marriage including when it comes to money and finances.

A prenuptial agreement protects assets when it comes down to divorces. An agreement of this kind has multiple benefits for each couple, protecting them and their children if ever the need arises.

North Carolina law stipulates that individual property entered in a marriage is not subject to an equal distribution in cases of divorce. A prenuptial agreement lawyer can often find ways to work within state law to find solutions for distributing assets.

Hiring a prenuptial agreement attorney may be for couples who have had previous children outside of marriage, property owners, the self-employed, and concerns of spousal support in the event of divorce.

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Compassion & Advocacy

Sarah Miranda
Family Law Attorney

Fayetteville & Fort Bragg

A Caring Approach to Family Law

Family law often deals with major life-changing issues. Whether it’s the excitement of adoption, the hardship of dissolving a marriage, or determining the best situation for your children – Sarah Miranda will provide compassion and advocacy.

The Miranda Law Firm has a well-earned reputation for its caring approach and effective handling of family law matters. You can have peace of mind that an experienced, fair, and persistent family law attorney will represent you in Cumberland County. Sarah Miranda will listen carefully and sincerely to understand the circumstances you face and help you move forward legally, financially, and emotionally.

Sarah Miranda,
Family Law Attorney

As a Fayetteville native, Sarah Miranda has years of experience in family law, divorce, child custody, and property division. As a divorce lawyer in Cumberland County, she is well-respected among her colleagues and the Cumberland County court system.

Sarah Miranda is a mindful, goal-oriented, and decisive advocate who demonstrates compassion and understanding for her clients. She is one of the few lawyers in Cumberland County to offer collaborative divorce services. She understands what clients are going through and strives to reduce the stress and conflict often associated with divorce.

Although an amicable resolution is ideal, Sarah Miranda is ready to meet the challenge and push back if the opposing side acts assertively. When you are a client of Miranda Law Firm, you will be embraced by an attorney and her team that stands by your side and has your back. 

How You Divorce Matters

People often associate the word divorce with courtroom battles and nasty custody hearings. Many people dive assertively into a divorce without understanding the consequences of their decisions. As a result, more damage is added to an already complicated situation.

However, there are fair-minded, alternative approaches to dissolving a marriage that include more control over the outcome and putting your needs and those of your children at the forefront. As a Cumberland County divorce lawyer and collaborative divorce attorney, Sarah Miranda is committed to helping individuals reach an agreeable resolution and settlement.

Choosing the Process that is Right for You

Although each case is different,  divorce still comes with some level of worry and anxiety about the future. Questions about your children, finances, and assets are challenges you must consider in the compounded process of ending your marriage. In the divorce process, conflict is inevitable; however, how you choose to handle that conflict will determine a lot about your future

Collaborative

Collaborative Divorce is a confidential, non-adversarial divorce process that omits the courtroom. This option focuses on the goals of both parties and prioritizes any children involved. The purpose is to allow couples to achieve a mutually acceptable resolution while maintaining more privacy and a higher level of controlled outcome.

Litigation

If negotiation is out of the question or if mediation is unsuccessful, the case will typically go to court to be reviewed and decided by a judge. Litigation is the traditional adversarial approach, and it is strongly advised to retain a lawyer to represent you. In litigation, decisions such as custody, property division, and alimony may rest with the judge. 

Ms. Miranda was absolutely amazing. She went above and beyond for my case. I one hundred percent recommended her and her team.

Courtney Howell

I was a soldier who was deployed and had very little means of communication. Ms. Miranda’s team worked with me the whole time and saw to it that I got what I needed. I didn’t know how to go about my divorce process but it was handled with the utmost priority and professionalism. They didn’t break my wallet and I couldn’t be happier with the end result.

Ralph Diaz

Ms. Miranda and her team were a pleasure to work with. My husband and I are thankful for them helping us to get custody of our 3 grandkids. I would recommend them to anyone with custody needs.

Cindy Duffield

What is a Collaborative Divorce?

Traditional divorces are often costly, time-consuming legal battles that tend to add more conflict and strain to an already difficult situation. The confidential, respectful alternative to litigation is a collaborative divorce. A collaborative divorce is a “no court divorce” that allows separating couples and families to move forward with their lives in a non-adversarial manner. The process is much more comfortable, cost-friendly, and private. The outcome of a collaborative divorce also tends to be more fair and agreeable for all parties involved.

Benefits of a Collaborative divorce

  • You obtain privacy and more control of the outcome.
  • You protect your children from the courtroom and can make arrangements that are in their best interest. 
  • You can ensure everyone’s financial needs are met. 
  • You save money and time by avoiding court. 
  • You have a voice in regard to the outcome. 

Child Custody

Sarah Miranda is a widely trusted and experienced child custody lawyer in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She has helped countless parents obtain rights to their children and file for custody in North Carolina, along with filing for child support, child visitation rights, and child support modification. 

Military Divorce

Military divorce is not like traditional divorce, as some particular rules and requirements apply to U.S. service members and their spouses when they divorce. There are many factors to consider, such as children, pensions, and spousal support. Sarah Miranda understands what’s on the line as a military divorce attorney in Fayetteville, North Carolina. She has handled complex military divorce cases for service members and their spouses stationed at Fort Bragg and abroad.

Prenuptial Agreements

As a prenuptial agreement lawyer, Sarah Miranda has the experience to settle the often-sticky side of marriage including when it comes to money and finances.

A prenuptial agreement protects assets when it comes down to divorces. An agreement of this kind has multiple benefits for each couple, protecting them and their children if ever the need arises.

North Carolina law stipulates that individual property entered in a marriage is not subject to an equal distribution in cases of divorce. A prenuptial agreement lawyer can often find ways to work within state law to find solutions for distributing assets.

Hiring a prenuptial agreement attorney may be for couples who have had previous children outside of marriage, property owners, the self-employed, and concerns of spousal support in the event of divorce.