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His credentials include status as a board-certified family law specialist. Certified by the North Carolina State Bar’s Board of Legal Specialization in Family Law, Mr. Ullman was one of fewer than 300 family lawyers to receive this distinction at the time he earned certification. Lawyers who are designated by the State Bar as specialists in designated practice areas, such as Mr. Ullman, are recognized for the depth and commitment of their service to the public within the area they practice.
Mr. Ullman’s approach to the practice of law focuses on fairness and understanding. He takes time to listen to each client’s values and goals and to discuss ways to reach a reasonable result that lies within the boundaries of the law. Mr. Ullman also brings compassion and consideration to clients who are grappling with family law issues in the context of their Christian faith. He understands that fellow Christians do not take divorce lightly, and he is sensitive to ethical and religious concerns.
Mr. Ullman is a trained collaborative law attorney, as well as a practicing family law arbitrator. He also assists clients in international custody cases.
A practicing attorney since 1993, Charles R. Ullman began in 1996 to focus solely on practicing family law. In 2000, he started his own law firm in order to better assist clients in a focused, collaborative atmosphere. Today, the law firm of Charles R. Ullman & Associates focuses solely on the practice of family law. Mr. Ullman earned his B.A. cum laude in government/pre-law from Campbell University and his J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Mr. Ullman is a native of the Raleigh area. He met his wife while attending Campbell University. They were married shortly after Mr. Ullman graduated from law school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ullman are both active in their church; particularly Mrs. Ullman is active in her church theater. In addition, Mr. and Mrs. Ullman are active in the home schooling community. Mr. Ullman spends his spare time with his family and occasionally golfing.
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