Attorney Randolph (Tré) Morgan Certified as Family Law Specialist by NC State Bar

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Collaborative divorce attorney Randolph (Tré) Morgan was recently certified as a Family Law Specialist by the North Carolina State Bar. He is one of very few Board Certified Family Law Specialists that concentrates his legal practice on collaborative divorce instead of traditional adversarial divorce.

Randolph (Tre') Morgan, a Raleigh collaborative divorce attorney

Randolph (Tre') Morgan, a Raleigh collaborative divorce attorney

"I am excited to offer clients the legal expertise of a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and the negotiation expertise of an experienced collaborative divorce attorney to help them find lasting solutions to their family law issues."

Raleigh collaborative divorce attorney and mediator Tré Morgan was recently certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a Specialist in Family Law. He is one of only 163 lawyers in the state to achieve this distinction.

Tré Morgan helps clients resolve their family law matters through his work at the Law Office of Randolph Morgan III, P.A. and is one of very few Board Certified Family Law Specialists that concentrates his legal practice on collaborative divorce instead of traditional adversarial divorce.

Says Mr. Morgan, "I am excited to offer clients the legal expertise of a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and the negotiation expertise of an experienced collaborative divorce attorney to help them find lasting solutions to their family law issues."

Tré received both his BA and JD from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He serves as the President of the North Carolina Association of Collaborative Divorce Professionals and his law firm is a participating member of the Separating Together Collaborative Divorce Practice Group.

The North Carolina State Bar certifies lawyers as specialists in designated practice areas as a service to the public. The program assists members of the public in selection of legal counsel by identifying lawyers who have demonstrated special knowledge, skill, and proficiency in certain areas of law.

To be certified as a specialist by the North Carolina State Bar’s Board of Legal Specialization lawyers must practice law for at least 5 years; attend continuing legal education seminars for their specialty; receive positive reviews from peers; and pass a written examination.

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