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Kyle W. LeBlanc, Attorney at Law

Kyle W. LeBlanc, Attorney at Law

Kyle LeBlanc has a law practice in Charlotte (NC)
704-375-3911
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Family Law matters.
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801 East Trade Street Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: 704-375-3911, Fax: 704-927-3672   Map It
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Family Law: Abuse (Abuse In Schools, Bulling), Adoptions, Child Abuse, Divorce & Separation (Child Custody & Visitaion Rights, Child Support, Divorce & Separation Agreements, Mediation, Spousal Support), Domestic Partnerships, Domestic Violence, Foster Care, Gay & Lesbian Rights, Guardianship, Individual Educational Plans, Infertility Law & Surrogate Parenting, Mortuary Law, Name Changes, Paternity Suits, Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements, State Child Protection
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  • North Carolina (NC)
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    English
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    North Carolina

    Mecklenburg: Charlotte, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews, Newell, Paw Creek, Pineville

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