After college, Mr. Griffin attended law school at the Norman A. Wiggins School of... more
After college, Mr. Griffin attended law school at the Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University, and was a member of the first graduating class from the Raleigh campus. While there, he was extremely involved on campus: he was an Honor Court Justice twice, a Student Body Representative, a member of the Campbell Law Review, and a member of the Old Kivett Advocacy Council. While on th... view profile
Joel Hancock is a native of Carteret County, born and raised on Harkers Island. Joel... more
Joel Hancock is a native of Carteret County, born and raised on Harkers Island. Joel is a 2002 graduate of East Carteret High School in Beaufort, NC, where he excelled academically and athletically. While at East Carteret, Joel was a member of the National Art Honors Society and the BETA club. Joel was quarterback for the Mariners' football team and was an All-Conference catcher on the baseball... view profile
William has called North Carolina home for most of his life, and has lived in the... more
William has called North Carolina home for most of his life, and has lived in the Charlotte area for over 10 years. After graduating from UNC Asheville with a BA in Classics, he pursued his law degree from the Valparaiso University School of Law, where he was the Associate Editor of the Valparaiso Law Review, and Lead Counsel of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Mock Trial. He graduat... view profile
Lisa Hennessy Fitzpatrick is an attorney who practices in Pitt County, Greenville,... more
Lisa Hennessy Fitzpatrick is an attorney who practices in Pitt County, Greenville, North Carolina and the surrounding counties. Ms. Fitzpatrick’s practice experience focuses on representing clients in the following areas of the law: Divorce, Family Law, Adoptions, Traffic Offenses, Misdemeanor Offenses, Wills, Power of Attorney, Deeds, Landlord-Tenant, Contract Drafting and Civil Litigation, ... view profile
Minette Trosch focuses on family law and is trained in the collaborative law process,... more
Minette Trosch focuses on family law and is trained in the collaborative law process, a dignified, cooperative approach to negotiating and settling issues arising from a family separation without going to court. An honors graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law, Minette was inducted into the school's prestigious Davis Society in recognition of her integrity, leadership and sc... view profile
I am married, have two children, and playthe bass in our church's praise and worship... more
I am married, have two children, and playthe bass in our church's praise and worship band. I started working in a law office when I was an undergraduate in 1989 and that's where I discovered family law. I decided to go to law school and have never seriously considered doing anything else but family law. It is an area of law where I know I can make a positive difference in people's lives.
Allan Brandon Tise, PLLC is a law firm concentrating on Family Law issues - child... more
Allan Brandon Tise, PLLC is a law firm concentrating on Family Law issues - child custody, child support, property settlement, post separation support, permanent alimony, separation agreements and domestic violence cases. Allan Brandon Tise graduated from Wake Forest University law school in 1986 and has been in private practice 28 1/2 years, all of it in Wilmington, North Carolina. He is ... view profile
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