The end of a marriage need not be the beginning of a war.
Working together to make things better
Conflict brought you to this point. Your situation might seem overwhelming, and your normal support systems have given out. You don’t know where to begin, how it works, or who to trust, but you do know the last thing you want is a war. You can trust our calm and straightforward approach to get you to the other side. The guiding principle of Collaborative Divorce is to ensure the dignity and peace of mind of everyone involved. However, you can’t take the next step without a firm foothold.
The Law Offices of Randolph (Tré) The Law Offices of Randolph (Tré) Morgan III practice a legal method known as Collaborative Divorce, which encourages communication and problem-solving while diminishing conflict. Staying out of court can save both time and money.
For individuals wishing to resolve their family law or other legal issues outside of court, Tré Morgan serves as an NCDRC-Certified neutral party to facilitate the scope and terms of an agreement. While not couples counseling, mediation can help resolve a dispute without going to court.
Family Law Agreements
Not every family issue requires a divorce. Contracts such as pre-nups, post-nups, reconciliation agreements, cohabitation, and separation agreements can be great solutions for other stages and challenges of family life.
“I’ve worked with at least 20 lawyers in 5 states. Tré’s calm, reassuring demeanor is a rare and special gift for people in a profession that is generally so adversarial and intense.”
“Thanks for your steady, calm advice during this process. You helped me on several occasions to calm myself and to be able to assert my needs in these difficult conversations. I truly appreciate your help.”
“We’ve settled into our new routines and I must report that life really is healthier and happier now. Thank you for helping to make the transition as easy as possible considering the circumstances.”
“I want to say thank you for all the work you did to make this divorce go smoothly. You did an excellent job and I’m very happy with the way things have worked out. “
You won’t do this alone
If you want to effectively resolve your family law problems in less time, for less cost and with less emotional trauma to everyone involved, you owe it to yourself to reach out to Board-Certified Family Law Specialist Tré Morgan to learn more about the alternative to a prolonged court battle.
You can end your marriage with hope.
First-hand observations from a divorce expert
Tré Morgan has been active on the North Carolina Family Law scene since 2005. Law is full of opinions, and Tré regularly offers his right here. In addition to original content, you’ll find his reactions to trends and developments in family law that he feels merit comment. You’ll find a wealth of information spanning years, so scan the headlines and dive into any post that intrigues you.
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