Message to Clients and Potential Clients from Wofford Law, PLLC

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Wofford Law remains fully operational for existing and new clients. Pursuant to the Mecklenburg County stay-at-home order, legal services are “essential.” The safety of our clients and employees is of the utmost importance. Therefore, options for contact include telephone or video conference and email. If you need to sign a document, we offer “drive-by” signing and notarizing.

For clients in litigation: Our courthouse is operating, although with a reduced staff and reduced hours. Hearings for emergency matters, such as domestic violence actions, are occurring.

In times like this, it is natural to be concerned, or even frightened. One of the best ways to address your fears is to become educated about your rights and options and to let us guide you through the process. The attorneys at Wofford Law are here to answer your questions.

Smart Advocates. Down-to-Earth People.
Offering Divorce, Family Law and Mediation Services.

Rebecca Wofford

Rebecca Wofford

Collaborative Family Law Attorney, Appellate Attorney, Certified Parenting Coordinator

Hunt Wofford

J. Huntington Wofford

Litigation/Certified Family Law Specialist, Certified Family Financial Mediator, Certified Superior Court Mediator, Managing Partner

Smart Advocates. Down to Earth People. Contact us: 704.626.6672

Who We Are

We are a family-owned, full-service North Carolina family law firm located in Charlotte, North Carolina. We are dedicated to providing compassionate, personalized family law representation to meet the individual needs and goals of each client.

How We Do It

Wofford Law is a full-service family law firm. During our initial consultation with you, we will determine which approach and attorney best serves your needs.

Meet our team

Wofford Law, PLLC
4601 Park Road, Suite 540,
Charlotte, NC 28209

PHONE
704.626.6672

Fax
704.626.6809


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