The family law attorneys listed below can help guide you through the practical, emotional and financial aspects of separation, divorce and co-parenting in a non-adversarial collaborative process. Please contact any attorney listed if you have questions about the selection of attorneys in the collaborative process.
Mark Springfield is a Board Certified Specialist in Family Law and was the first in North Carolina to devote his law practice exclusively to the collaborative divorce method over a decade ago.
Adrian J. Davis, a NC Board Certified Family Law Specialist, is a divorce attorney with a passion for peaceful conflict resolution.
Randolph (Tré) Morgan III is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and an experienced North Carolina family law attorney accepting cases in the Greater Triangle area.
Martha J. Mason has been a licensed attorney for thirty years and has devoted her family law practice exclusively to Collaborative Divorce and mediation since 2005.
Kerry Burleigh, a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, has been practicing family law for 10 years and has made peaceful conflict resolution a priority in her practice.
Collaborative Divorce Experts is not a company or firm. It is a consortium of independent, professional firms comprised of attorneys, psychologists, and financial planners who are dedicated to helping couples and their families access the collaborative family law alternative in North Carolina.
The law firms listed here currently include solo law firms and a partnership law firm. The two attorneys selected by partners or spouses to represent them in collaborative law proceedings both may be from the list of attorneys on this website, except they may not both be members of the same partnership law firm, as this would create a conflict of interest. Please contact any attorney listed if you have questions about the selection of attorneys in the collaborative process.