Working for the good of the family
Randolph (Tré) Morgan III is Board-Certified Family Law Specialist and an experienced family law attorney practicing in central North Carolina (the Greater Triangle area). Within family law, Tré focuses on separation, divorce, child custody, alimony, child support, equitable distribution, property division, alienation of affection, criminal conversation, parentage, guardianship and other non-litigation processes.
Tré works with clients in all forms of Collaborative Divorce. That includes the basic two-attorney model, the one-neutral model, and the full-team model with divorce coaches, child specialists and/or neutral financial specialists. The size of the team and container depends on each individual case.
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Tré offers private and court-ordered mediation services to individuals wishing to resolve their family law or other legal issues outside of court. Tré acts as a neutral party to facilitate the clients’ exploration and selection of an agreement to resolve their legal issues. He is certified to mediate both Family Financial and Superior Court cases by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission.
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Some clients form their own agreements without attorneys and simply need an experienced attorney to draft the necessary legal documents for them. Tré is happy to draft Separation Agreements, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, Memorandums of Agreement and other documents in appropriate cases necessary to formalize your agreements in your divorce.
In North Carolina, spouses can be divorced whether they have resolved their legal issues or not, as long as they have been legally separated for 365 days. Tré can file the legal action and draft the necessary paperwork to obtain divorces for clients, usually without either party ever needing to enter the courthouse.
Tré offers services as an arbitrator for clients that want to present their legal issues to a neutral third party to make a decision in their case. These clients typically want the opportunity to be heard, but prefer to avoid the cost and time of going to court. Tré has also served as a court-appointed arbitrator in the North Carolina District Courts.
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Other family law services
Some people wish to pre-determine what will happen if they are ever divorced before they are actually married. This can avoid a lot of the fighting and trouble of divorce. Tré works with clients in the negotiation and drafting of pre-marital agreements.
On the other hand, some people wait until they are married to determine what will happen if they should divorce. Like a pre-nuptial agreement, a post-nuptial agreement can avoid a lot of legal wrangling in divorce. Tré works with clients in the negotiation and drafting of these agreements as well.