Wofford Burt Family Law

Hunt Wofford Presents Family Law Update at 2021 Mecklenburg Bar Annual Review

Wofford Burt’s Managing Partner Hunt Wofford presented the Family Law Update at the Mecklenburg County Bar’s Annual Review Webinar this past Thursday, February 4, 2021. The Annual Review provides updates in practice areas including Family Law, Estate Planning, Immigration, Bankruptcy, and Real Property. Hunt has been the presenter for the Family Law Update at the […] Read More.

Wofford Burt Attorneys Named 2021 Legal Elite

Wofford Burt family law attorneys are three for three as recipients of the prestigious 2021 Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite. Laura Burt and Hunt Wofford were recognized as Legal Elite in the category of family law and Rebecca Wofford was recognized as Legal Elite in the category of appellate law. The attorneys of Wofford Burt […] Read More.

Does your New Year’s Resolutions include Separation or Divorce? Let’s get you prepared.

Have you made your New Year’s resolutions for 2020? If you are resolved to change your circumstances this year and that change includes separating from your spouse and/or divorce, Wofford Law offers the following tips for you: Trust yourself. You can do this. Yes, divorce is a difficult process but if you are confident your […] Read More.

Wofford Law’s Hunt Wofford named Family Law “Legal Elite” by NC Business for the 3rd Year in a Row!

Hunt Wofford of Wofford Law is a Family Law Attorney in Charlotte NC

Hunt Wofford of Wofford Law, PLLC, has been named “Legal Elite” in Family Law for 2019 by Business North Carolina magazine. Hunt also received this recognition by his peers in 2017 and 2018. Since 2002, Business North Carolina magazine has honored Tar Heel lawyers by publishing Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite, a listing of the state’s top […] Read More.

Mediation – Is it Right Choice for Family Law matters?

Mediation is a BIG word these days but how effective is it for couples going through divorce? Mediation is form of dispute resolution with the goal of reaching an out-of-court settlement. Mediation can be effective when it is necessary and done correctly. If you are going through a divorce, you need to consider whether it […] Read More.

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