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Elizabeth T. Hodges

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Beth Hodges’ practice is devoted exclusively to family law.  Her cases involve the litigation, negotiation and settlement of simple as well as complex financial and non-financial issues and disputes. 

In her family law practice, Beth handles equitable distribution, alimony, child support and child custody cases, among others.  Her cases also include drafting of premarital agreements, separation agreements, postnuptial agreements, parenting agreements and property settlement agreements. She has settled numerous cases through mediation and arbitration, in addition to resolving cases through litigation.

Beth is a fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, a national organization that encourages the study and elevates the standards in the practice of matrimonial law. Beth is one of only 35 lawyers in North Carolina selected for this honor. The 1600 AAML fellows across the United States are recognized by judges and lawyers as pre-eminent family law practitioners with knowledge, skills and integrity beyond reproach.

Beth is certified as a family law specialist by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.

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

 

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Education

J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 1979

  • North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation, managing editor
  • Phi Alpha Delta

B.A., Psychology, University North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975, cum laude

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North Carolina, 1979

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