Hopper Law Office

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Hopper Law Office

Raleigh Attorneys Compassionate. Attentive. Experienced. Come to Hopper Law Office for nearly any legal issue you encounter and we can protect your rights with the attention and diligence that you deserve. We give our full time and energy to each cas

Hopper Law Office

Hopper Law Office

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check_circle Offers Video Calls

Raleigh Attorneys Compassionate. Attentive. Experienced. Come to Hopper Law Office for nearly any legal issue you encounter and we can protect your rights with the attention and diligence that you deserve. We give our full time and energy to each cas

Firm Overview

At Hopper Law Office, our Raleigh lawyers and legal staff have been serving clients throughout Raleigh, North Carolina for more than two decades. Our attorneys practice divorce, family law, criminal law, business law, Social Security disability law, and probate, and we have broad experience that can be applied to any legal matter. In any situation, we are committed to meeting our clients needs and pursuing the most favorable outcome.

Main Office

Main Office
8315 Six Forks Road, Suite 103
Raleigh, NC 27612

Phone

(919) 876-3300

Fees
Office Information
Family

Divorce

Hopper Law Office
Kevin Hopper

Kevin Hopper is known, for his multifaceted expertise as a highly-skilled trial attorney. He knows his stuff. More importantly, Kevin is a compassionate listener. He takes his clients’ needs and concerns and runs through applicable laws and all variables to get to the heart of the matter and establish the best course of action to pursue with dogged determination for achieving the best possible outcome for his client(s).

As a husband and father, Kevin understands the stressful and emotional challenges in domestic cases. Family Law cases are not one size fits all. Each client needs a resolution that is best for them.

He understands the stressful and emotional nature of family law cases and assists his clients on how the work through the trying times and reach the best result for their needs.

Mr. Hopper graduated with his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Tech University in 1993. The following year, Kevin moved to Raleigh in and opened his own practice. He has since practiced at all trial levels in North Carolina in Wake County (and surrounding counties), where he maintains a trial practice with a primary focus in family law and civil litigation. He has extensive experience in complex child custody and support cases, to include matters involving adoption, children with special needs, and/or same-sex parents; alimony and post-separation support, as well as equitable distribution.

While being focused on a trial practice for the past 26 years, Kevin believes that the sooner in the process a resolution may be reached the better it is for the parties to reach some closure. Because of this trial practice and his understanding of likely outcomes, Kevin is able to immediately engage in case resolution using alternate dispute resolution procedures. He does recommend, where appropriate, engaging in mediation before filing suit. However, if the matter cannot be resolved without filing suit, then he will recommend moving to the litigation process, whether through trial or arbitration, where he will be a fearsome advocate for you.

Hopper Law Office
Kevin Hopper

Kevin Hopper is known, for his multifaceted expertise as a highly-skilled trial attorney. He knows his stuff. More importantly, Kevin is a compassionate listener. He takes his clients’ needs and concerns and runs through applicable laws and all variables to get to the heart of the matter and establish the best course of action to pursue with dogged determination for achieving the best possible outcome for his client(s).

As a husband and father, Kevin understands the stressful and emotional challenges in domestic cases. Family Law cases are not one size fits all. Each client needs a resolution that is best for them.

He understands the stressful and emotional nature of family law cases and assists his clients on how the work through the trying times and reach the best result for their needs.

Mr. Hopper graduated with his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Tech University in 1993. The following year, Kevin moved to Raleigh in and opened his own practice. He has since practiced at all trial levels in North Carolina in Wake County (and surrounding counties), where he maintains a trial practice with a primary focus in family law and civil litigation. He has extensive experience in complex child custody and support cases, to include matters involving adoption, children with special needs, and/or same-sex parents; alimony and post-separation support, as well as equitable distribution.

While being focused on a trial practice for the past 26 years, Kevin believes that the sooner in the process a resolution may be reached the better it is for the parties to reach some closure. Because of this trial practice and his understanding of likely outcomes, Kevin is able to immediately engage in case resolution using alternate dispute resolution procedures. He does recommend, where appropriate, engaging in mediation before filing suit. However, if the matter cannot be resolved without filing suit, then he will recommend moving to the litigation process, whether through trial or arbitration, where he will be a fearsome advocate for you.

Firm Overview

At Hopper Law Office, our Raleigh lawyers and legal staff have been serving clients throughout Raleigh, North Carolina for more than two decades. Our attorneys practice divorce, family law, criminal law, business law, Social Security disability law, and probate, and we have broad experience that can be applied to any legal matter. In any situation, we are committed to meeting our clients needs and pursuing the most favorable outcome.

Main Office

Main Office
8315 Six Forks Road, Suite 103
Raleigh, NC 27612

Phone

(919) 876-3300

Fees
Office Information
Family

Divorce

Hopper Law Office
Kevin Hopper

Kevin Hopper is known, for his multifaceted expertise as a highly-skilled trial attorney. He knows his stuff. More importantly, Kevin is a compassionate listener. He takes his clients’ needs and concerns and runs through applicable laws and all variables to get to the heart of the matter and establish the best course of action to pursue with dogged determination for achieving the best possible outcome for his client(s).

As a husband and father, Kevin understands the stressful and emotional challenges in domestic cases. Family Law cases are not one size fits all. Each client needs a resolution that is best for them.

He understands the stressful and emotional nature of family law cases and assists his clients on how the work through the trying times and reach the best result for their needs.

Mr. Hopper graduated with his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Tech University in 1993. The following year, Kevin moved to Raleigh in and opened his own practice. He has since practiced at all trial levels in North Carolina in Wake County (and surrounding counties), where he maintains a trial practice with a primary focus in family law and civil litigation. He has extensive experience in complex child custody and support cases, to include matters involving adoption, children with special needs, and/or same-sex parents; alimony and post-separation support, as well as equitable distribution.

While being focused on a trial practice for the past 26 years, Kevin believes that the sooner in the process a resolution may be reached the better it is for the parties to reach some closure. Because of this trial practice and his understanding of likely outcomes, Kevin is able to immediately engage in case resolution using alternate dispute resolution procedures. He does recommend, where appropriate, engaging in mediation before filing suit. However, if the matter cannot be resolved without filing suit, then he will recommend moving to the litigation process, whether through trial or arbitration, where he will be a fearsome advocate for you.

Hopper Law Office
Kevin Hopper

Kevin Hopper is known, for his multifaceted expertise as a highly-skilled trial attorney. He knows his stuff. More importantly, Kevin is a compassionate listener. He takes his clients’ needs and concerns and runs through applicable laws and all variables to get to the heart of the matter and establish the best course of action to pursue with dogged determination for achieving the best possible outcome for his client(s).

As a husband and father, Kevin understands the stressful and emotional challenges in domestic cases. Family Law cases are not one size fits all. Each client needs a resolution that is best for them.

He understands the stressful and emotional nature of family law cases and assists his clients on how the work through the trying times and reach the best result for their needs.

Mr. Hopper graduated with his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Tech University in 1993. The following year, Kevin moved to Raleigh in and opened his own practice. He has since practiced at all trial levels in North Carolina in Wake County (and surrounding counties), where he maintains a trial practice with a primary focus in family law and civil litigation. He has extensive experience in complex child custody and support cases, to include matters involving adoption, children with special needs, and/or same-sex parents; alimony and post-separation support, as well as equitable distribution.

While being focused on a trial practice for the past 26 years, Kevin believes that the sooner in the process a resolution may be reached the better it is for the parties to reach some closure. Because of this trial practice and his understanding of likely outcomes, Kevin is able to immediately engage in case resolution using alternate dispute resolution procedures. He does recommend, where appropriate, engaging in mediation before filing suit. However, if the matter cannot be resolved without filing suit, then he will recommend moving to the litigation process, whether through trial or arbitration, where he will be a fearsome advocate for you.

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