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Linda K. Ward

Linda K. Ward

Practice areas:

Family

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1998

  1. Family: 100%
    17 years

Payment

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

1 total 

  • Lloyd T. Kelso

    Ms. Ward represents her clients aggressively and with great compassion for what they are experiencing when going through a family crisis. She possesses the knowledge, skills and ability that few others possess in the difficult area called family law. I endorse her as a family law attorney.

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    Lloyd Kelso Family Attorney
    Relationship: Other

Contact Info

Ward Family Law Group

790 S.E. Cary Parkway
Suite 203
Cary, NC, 27511-5678

Resume

License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
NCActive199806/29/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

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Awards

Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Maggy Award-Best AttorneyCary Magazine2014
Maggy Award - Best AttorneyCary Magazine2013
Legal Elite-Family LawBusiness North Carolina2013
Local List-Local Favorites-AttorneyCary Magazine2012
Maggy Award-Best Attorney (Honorable Mention)Cary Magazine2012
Maggy Award-Best AttorneyCary Magazine2011
Board Certified Family Law SpecialistNorth Carolina Bar2004
Family Law Financial MediatorNorth Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission2003

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
Senior PartnerWard Family Law Group2000 - Present

Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
North Carolina State BarBoard Certified Family Law Specialist2004 - Present
American Bar Association, Family Law SectionMember2003 - Present
Rotary InternationalMember-Cary MacGregor Rotary Club2001 - Present
Wake County Bar AssociationMember1998 - Present
North Carolina Bar Association, Family Law SectionMember1998 - Present

Publications

Publication NameTitleDate
Evaluating Income, Debt and Assets in Complex Family Law LitigationRetirement Assets in Equitable Distribution: A Primer for The Family Law Practitioner2012
2011 North Carolina Family Law Specialist Annual MeetingGrandma and Grandpa are Getting Divorced! Challenges of a "Golden Years" Divorce2011
What's Love Gotta Do With It? 2010 North Carolina Family Law Specialist Annual MeetingLiving in the Proverbial Hell: Justiciable Claims Parties "May" Have Against Each Other Prior to Separation: The Legalities and Realities2010
North Carolina Advocates for Justice Family Law and MediationProfessional Responsibility: Ethical Considerations in the Mediation Process2008
2007 Family Law: Wake Forest University School of Law CLE PublicationProfessional Responsibility2007
Practical Evidence 2006-Wake Forest University School of Law Continuing EducationEvidentiary Privileges2006
Equitable Distribution 2006: Wake Forest Univeristy School of LawDivisible Property and Distribution of Marital Assets Including New Factors Concerning the Effect of Death and Tax Consequences2006
Nuts and Bolts of DivorceTax and Financial Implications of Divorce:“The Nuts and Bolts” for the Family Law Practitioner2005
Practical Evidence 2003-Wake Forest University School of Law CLE PublicationEvidentiary Privileges2003
Family Law 2003: North Carolina Academy of Trial LawyersCaselaw Update 20032003

Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
North Carolina Central University School of Law-Evening ProgramLawJuris Doctor-Magna Cum Laude1998
University of North Carolina, AshevilleHistory; Education; North Carolina Teaching FellowBA - Bachelor of Arts; Distinction as a University Scholar1992

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Family Law SectionRetirement Assets in Equitable Distribution: A Primer for the Family Law Practitioner2012
2011 North Carolina Family Law Specialist Annual MeetingDivorce in the Golden Years2011
2010 North Carolina Family Law Specialist Annual MeetingJusticiable Claims Parties "May" Have Against Each Other Prior to Separation2010
Family Law and MediationProfessional Responsibility: Ethical Considerations in the Mediation Process2008
Wake Forest University School of Law, Family Law CLEProfessional Responsibility2007
Practical Evidence 2006Evidentiary Privileges2006
2006 Equitable Distribution-Wake Forest University School of LawDivisible Property and Distribution of Marital Assets Including New Factors Concerning the Effect of Death and Tax Consequences2006
Nuts and Bolts of DivorceTax and Financial Implications of Divorce:“The Nuts and Bolts” for the Family Law Practitioner2005
Practical Evidence 2003-Wake Forest University School of LawEvidentiary Privileges2003
Family Law 2003: North Carolina Academy of Trial LawyersCaselaw Update 20032003