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We provide you respected, experienced and knowledgeable divorce and family law attorneys. You can trust us to help you through the legal process efficiently and effectively so you can transition to the next phase of your life. It is important to know what to look for when you choose an attorney.
We believe strongly in supporting our community. Our involvement reaches beyond charitable support of important causes. We launched our own movement in Fraternities4Family and provide scholarships to able students in need.
Domestic violence is a pervasive issue with far too many victims. In an effort to enact change, we established Fraternities4Family, an awareness and fundraising campaign. Fraternity men at several schools across North Carolina use the power of social media, the internet, event organizing, and conversations to raise funds for a domestic violence agency in their area. In the process, they raise awareness about the extent of the problem and the hardships victims of domestic violence face.
We established our scholarships to award talented, smart students and provide them help to achieve an important milestone: college graduation. Winning entrants write compelling, well-researched essays on a topic related to family law.
We are committed to actively being part of our community in the Raleigh area, and enjoy supporting local events and organizations.
We provide you respected, experienced and knowledgeable divorce and family law attorneys. Charles Ullman is certified by the North Carolina Bar as a Specialist in Family Law. Trust us to help you through the legal process efficiently and effectively.
A native of North Carolina, Mr. Ullman concentrates exclusively in family law in the Wake County courts. Mr Ullman is certified by...Read More
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