Melody J. King is an experienced litigator and negotiator in Family Law, where she focuses her practice on child custody and child support, spousal support/alimony, equitable distribution (property division), and divorce. In addition to litigation, Melody has significant experience in the drafting of premarital and post-marital agreements, as well as Separation and Property Settlement Agreements. Melody works closely with clients to make difficult family law cases manageable for her clients, with each individual client receiving a tailored plan for their case.
Melody has received high level training in family law trial advocacy and litigation through the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. This intensive training focuses on complex equitable distribution and support matters, including a focus on evaluation and distribution of businesses and examining expert witnesses for complex equitable distribution and child custody cases.
Melody attended the University of Florida Levin College of Law and was a managing editor of the Florida Law Review. She is fully licensed to practice in North Carolina and Florida.
Melody is located in the Firm's Asheville office, although she counsels clients throughout the state.
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