Charlotte E. Davis

Associate

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Charlotte Davis’s practice is dedicated to family law with emphasis on alimony, appeals, child custody, child support, contempt motions, domestic violence protective orders, equitable distribution, name change, post-separation support, premarital agreements, qualified domestic relations orders, separation agreements and step-parent adoptions.

As a certified student practitioner with the University of North Carolina School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic, Charlotte counseled and advocated for women seeking 50B civil protection orders in court proceedings. This work involved handling all administrative procedures for the cases, which included interviewing clients, as well as research and investigation for trial preparation.

Phone (704) 377-7213
Fax (704) 372-0448

 

Practices

Education

J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 2016, North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology, editor in chief, staff member

B.A., Relational Communications, Queens University of Charlotte, 2012

Admissions

North Carolina, 2016

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