If you are looking for experienced and trusted divorce, custody, and family law attorneys in Greensboro, NC , look no further. Woodruff Family Law Group's Greensboro divorce lawyers concentrate in guiding you through today's complex legal, business tax, financial, and psychological divorce environment to develop creative solutions tailored to your unique situation. See what our clients have to say about us!
Carolyn J. Woodruff is the principal and managing attorney of Woodruff Family Law Group. Her qualifications include a Duke Law Degree, CPA Certification, and Business Valuation Certification. During her more than 25 years of law practice, she has assembled a staff of highly qualified North Carolina attorneys, accountants, NC Bar Certified Paralegals, and legal assistants to ensure that your unique situation receives the most competent and creative guidance available.
There are less than 250 attorneys in all of North Carolina with the State Bar’s distinction of Certified Family Law Specialist . Woodruff Family Law Group prides itself on having three of them. In fact, Greensboro divorce attorney Carolyn J. Woodruff was in the first group recognized for the certification. To become a family law specialist, an individual must be a licensed attorney in good standing, have practiced in family law for the 5 years preceding application with a minimum of 600 hours per year, have completed 45 hours of continuing legal education courses in the 3 years preceding application, gained 10 peer reviews from attorneys and/or judges in good-standing, and finally, complete and pass a 6-hour exam offered only once per year. Carolyn is joined by two other North Carolina State Bar Certified Family Law Specialists, Jonathan D. Csuka and Jessica S. Bullock, both Directors of the firm. All three specialists excel in complex cases including child custody, equitable distribution, and appeals.
The remaining five associate attorneys are highly qualified, were in the top of their law school cohorts, and provide the service excellence Woodruff Family Law Group is known for. Most importantly, they help to round out the Woodruff Family Law Group legal team, which enables the firm to support a diverse group of clients. Attorneys Taylor D. Clay and Adam D. Furr have been adding their strengths to the team for the past four years and successfully demonstrate their passion for family law in their work with their clients. While the roles of Jennifer A. Crissman and Leesa M. Poag do not involve individual client loads, they are often the backbone of many cases and their preparation.
Our support staff includes two North Carolina Certified Paralegals , both of whom have been with the firm for over ten years. Additionally, we boast six highly-educated legal assistants with qualifications such as accounting, administration, document management, technology, and family law crisis intervention. Our large support staff enables us to provide better-customized services and support to clients. Furthermore, we aim to provide resources that allow individuals to move forward with their lives. For more information, check out our blog.
Woodruff Family Law Group concentrates practice in the Piedmont Triad, regularly taking custody, equitable distribution, divorce, and other family law cases in Greensboro, High Point, Asheboro, Burlington, Reidsville, Wentworth, Lexington, Yanceyville, and Roxboro. Cases in other North Carolina locations are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
In addition to our investment in our clients, our firm is very involved within the general community and supports causes and events close to our hearts:
Your journey with Woodruff Family Law Group begins with our initial consultation process. During these initial meetings, we work together to create a plan for your case, designed to meet your reasonable objectives. Our qualified Greensboro divorce lawyers are well-versed in NC family law and will help you understand and establish your rights. Whether the case is a child custody matter, grandparents’ rights, property division, spousal support, a premarital agreement, or any other type of family law, we strive for competency because “competency counts.”