- 4.4/5.0 (13 reviews)
Attorney Charles Montgomery is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Family Law, first certified in 1995. He has been practicing law in Cary and Raleigh, North Carolina for more than thirty-nine years and exclusively family law since 1992. Attorney Scott Montgomery is also a N.C. Board Certified Specialist in Family Law and has extensive family law experience. Attorney Laura Esseesse practices family law exclusively and is a leader of our client-focused family law team.
We pride ourselves in giving each client individual attention and wise counsel during the most critical of times. The Montgomery Family Law professionals are here to help you.
All attorneys are members in good standing of the N.C. State Bar.
Specific Areas of Practice for our Cary office:
5.0/5.0 Review for Scott Montgomery on 02/15/11 in Family Law.
Dedication is an understatement when speaking about Scott Montgomery and his associates. Scott, Charles and Samantha helped me make some of the most important decisions during the most stressful times in my life. I went to bed at night knowing that w... Read more
Dedication is an understatement when speaking about Scott Montgomery and his associates. Scott, Charles and Samantha helped me make some of the most important decisions during the most stressful times in my life. I went to bed at night knowing that with out a doubt someone was doing the best for me and my children. I really could say so much more. I highly recommend Montgomery Law. Thanks again Scott and Samantha! Deborah ~ Cary,N.C Read lessRead less
1.0/5.0 Review for Montgomery Family Law on 04/12/11 in Family Law.
Scheduling of initial meetings with an attorney were quick and easy but after paying a substantial sum to this firm all future conversations were with a secretary only despite requests to speak with an attorney.
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