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LEARN ABOUT YOUR OPTIONS FOR GETTING DIVORCED.
LEAVE WITH MORE INFORMATION.
MOVE FORWARD WITH LESS FEAR AND MORE CONFIDENCE.
I have created this website with these three main goals in mind. To reach the information you came here to find you can:
- Visit the Divorce Options page to download the presentation and learn about the available divorce processes.
- Search my library of blog posts for a specific topic.
- Visit the Collaborative Divorce page to watch the short video, read my published article that explains collaborative divorce or get more information on the best way to avoid an ugly divorce.
- Find links to divorce counselors for you and your children.
- Read the testimonial and watch the videos that describe the Collaborative Divorce process.
The point is that you should leave this site with a lot more information than you had when you arrived. If not, call or email me and tell me what information you needed so that I can address that issue for you and future visitors.
WHO I AM
I am Randolph (Tré) Morgan III, a Board Certified Family Law Specialist, collaborative attorney and mediator in Raleigh, North Carolina. Through my practice as the Law Office of Randolph Morgan III, P.A., I represent clients in North Carolina divorce, custody, alimony, child support, property division and other related matters.
I've been practicing law for over 10 years. Originally from Greensboro, I graduated from UNC Chapel Hill in 1997 with a degree in Psychology. I spent a year working with schizophrenic patients at UNC Hospitals after college.
I graduated from UNC Chapel Hill School of Law in 2001. I practiced law primarily in the courtrooms of this state until November of 2010. Until November of 2010 I worked for Nicholls & Crampton, P.A., one of the most highly regarded small firms in Raleigh, with some of the best lawyers in this state. As a young attorney, I was fortunate to have some of the best lawyers in North Carolina as mentors.
(I am a Tarheel born and a Tarheel bred, and when I die, I'll be a Tarheel dead. But, I've represented a lot of Wolfpackers, Blue Devils, Demon Deacons, Mountaineers, Pirates, Bulldogs, Catamounts and other fans, and they didn't hold it against me.)
In November of 2010 I took a leap of faith, gave up a guaranteed salary and opened my own North Carolina law firm to devote my practice to resolving divorce, custody, alimony, property division and other family law issues outside of the courtroom. I did this because I've had a front row seat to the destruction that ugly divorces and court battles wreak on people, families and finances. I believe that my purpose as a lawyer is to help people avoid that kind of divorce.
My firm is an affiliate of the non-profit group Collaborative Divorce Experts. This provides me with continued training, knowledge sharing and highly experienced and knowledgeable collaborative divorce attorneys as colleagues.
I have extensive training in the Collaborative Practice of family law, negotiation, mediation and effective communication techniques. I am a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, the largest association of collaborative law professionals in the world.
As a part of my commitment to negotiated resolutions, I have been certified as a Family Financial Mediator and a Superior Court Mediator by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission. I also serve as an Arbitrator for the Wake County District Courts.
I am a member of the Family Law Divisions of the North Carolina Bar Association and the North Carolina Advocates for Justice.
I am married and I have two little girls. I understand the emotions and importance of my client's divorce and custody issues. Further, as a child of divorce, I understand your children's perspective on the issues that you are facing and the long term impact of divorce on families.
Community Involvement: Eric Montross Father's Day Basketball Camp - Volunteer Foster Dad; Y-Guides Chief (Pink Mohawk Tribe)
Drafting Pitfalls – North Carolina Advocates for Justice Family Law Section Newsletter (September 2008; co-authored with Sheryl Friedrichs)
Collaborative Law: A Better Way – North Carolina Advocates for Justice Family Law Section Newsletter (June 2008)
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Divorce: A Process for Effective Dispute Resolution (pending publication in RESOLVED: Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution; co-authored with Michael Kothakota, CFP)