Promoting The Welfare Of Others
Attorneys and staff at Raleigh Divorce Law Firm are committed to bettering the communities in which we live and serve. We invest the same time, talent, and energy that we devote to our clients toward helping others.
Each attorney volunteers time every year to various pro bono legal programs including:
- Assisting domestic violence victims through Legal Aid’s lawyer referral program
- Handling appeals for the Guardian ad Litem program
- Serving as a Child’s Advocate representing the wishes of children in contested custody cases
We consider it a personal responsibility, and a privilege, to financially support and directly assist in the following philanthropic causes:
Friends of the Wake County Guardian ad Litem program, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that helps 700 children in the welfare system in The Triangle of the Piedmont region of North Carolina. Each year Raleigh Divorce Law Firm hosts the Friends of Wake Guardian Ad Litem “Light the Way” gala.
Friends of the Wake County Guardian ad Litem program is also one of two beneficiaries of a new grant initiated by Wake County attorneys to help people in our community. In the video below (minutes 1:24 – 2:43), our founding attorney and president of the program describes what the grant will do to further the mission of the program – providing assistance to minors in the child welfare system in our county.
North State Bank’s Summer Salute, benefitting Transitions LifeCare, which enables people to receive hospice and palliative care
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, supporting cancer research, patient services, advocacy, education and community services
Wake County Bar Awards, an annual initiative that raises money for Legal Aid of North Carolina’s Raleigh office
North Carolina FC Youth, a nonprofit based in the Triangle area dedicated to providing high quality soccer opportunities at all levels for youth and their families
Team Drea Foundation, supporting research for finding treatments and a cure for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease)
Comfort Zone Camp, providing funding for camps to help children and young adults deal with the death of a parent, sibling, or other significant family member
YMCA of the Triangle, a nonprofit dedicated to youth development
From our office location in Raleigh, we assist clients throughout central North Carolina with all types of family law issues, including divorce and child custody matters. To schedule a consultation with one of our experienced family law attorneys, contact us by email or call us at 919-256-3970.