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.
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.
Parenting Coordinators work with parents who meet the following criteria: (1) are in the process of getting divorced or are divorced; (2) have signed a consent custody order or who have been through a custody trial and a court has entered a custody order; and (3) are either deemed high conflict by their presiding judge […] Read More.
In North Carolina, a parenting coordinator may be appointed in custody cases. Custody, which means both decision-making and physical time with children, is resolved either by agreement (if entered by a court, it is called a consent custody order) or a custody order entered by a court following a custody trial. Unfortunately, entry of a […] Read More.