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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)

ARTICLES:

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)