150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Nancy L. Grace

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Wake Family Law Group

Contact Information

Office:
Suite 360
4350 Lassiter At North Hills Ave.
Raleigh NC 27609
Work (919) 787-4040
Fax (919) 787-4811


Practice State

North Carolina

Emphasis

Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation, Litigation, and Mediation.

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Counties

  • Wake, North Carolina

Education

B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.A.T., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D. with Honors, University of North Carolina School of Law

Legal Organizations

NC Chapter of AAML:President, 2014, President-Elect, 2013, Membership Chair, 2012; North Carolina Bar Assn., Family Law Section: Chair, 2007-2008, Vice Chair, 2006-2007, Family Law Council, 2004-2007, Continuing Legal Education Committee, 2005-Present (Chair, 2009-2014), Editor, Family Forum, 2001-2002, Secretary, 1999-2003; North Carolina Bar Assn.: Communications Committee, 2002-Present, CLE Committee, 2013-Present; Wake County Bar Assn/10th Judicial District: Board of Directors, 2012-2014, Grievance Committee, 2009-2011; North Carolina Advocates for Justice (formerly North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers), Family Law Section: Chair, 2002-2003, Vice Chair, 2001-2002, Continuing Legal Education Committee Chair, 2000; North Carolina Advocates for Justice: Board of Governors, 2003-2006; North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts: Family Court Advisory Committee, 2005-2011; Wake Women Attorneys: President, 1999-2000, Vice-President, 1998-1999; North Carolina Assn. of Women Attorneys: Board of Governors, 1997-1999.

Awards

Certified as a Family Law Specialist by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, 2003; "Ebbie Award" for Outstanding Service to the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, 2003; "Outstanding Volunteer Attorney" for the Volunteer Lawyers Program, 1998; AV Peer Rating with Martindale Hubbell.

CLE Presentations

The Modern Family: Basics of Family Law, “Alternative Dispute Resolution,” NCBA, Cary, NC, November 9, 2012; Family Law Basics, “Alternative Dispute Resolution,” Wake County Bar Association, Raleigh, NC, August 8, 2012; The Modern Family: Basics of Family Law, “Identification and Division of Various Types of Retirement Benefits,” NCBA, Cary, NC, November 14, 2008 and November 12, 2010; The Uh-Oh Moments- Intensive Equitable Distribution Seminar, “Til Death Do Us Part – Dealing with Retirement Survivor Benefits in Equitable Distribution,”  NCBA, Asheville, NC, October 29, 2009; Family (Un)Ties: The Basics of Family Law, "Identification and Division of Various Types of Retirement Benefits," NCBA, Cary, NC, November 17, 2006; Family Law for the Estate Lawyer, "Woe is Me, Meeting the 2 "D's"...Death & Divorce in North Carolina," NCBA, Asheville, NC, September 15, 2006; How Attachment Relationships Inform Custody Evaluators (presented w/ Dr. Margaret Lee & Dr. Ginger Calloway), AFCC Conference, Tampa Bay, Florida, June 2, 2006; Family Law Appeals, Lorman's "The Nuts and Bolts of Divorce in North Carolina," Raleigh, NC, November 29, 2005; The Division of Governmental Benefits in Equitable Distribution, Wake Forest University's "Practical Family Law 2005," Raleigh, NC, September 30, 2005; Collaborative law Agreements, NCBA's "Perils and Pitfalls in ADR-A Family law Perspective", Chapel Hill, NC, September 16, 2005; Settlement of Domestic Disputes Through the Collaborative Law Process, "General Practice Symposium" sponsored by Wake Forest University, Raleigh, NC, November 11, 2004; The Alienated Child: A Family Systems Model and Reformulation of Parental Alienation Syndrome Panel Discussion (moderator), NCATL, November 3, 2004; You've Passed the Bar...Now What?-Practical Skills for New Lawyers, NCATL, Raleigh, NC, September 11, 2003; September 9, 2004; Family Law Appeals, NCATL "The Nuts & Bolts of Appellate Practice" CLE Program, Raleigh, NC, May 16, 2003; Tips and Traps of Federal Retirement Survivor Annuities, "Updates, Downloads, Pitfalls and Practical Magic," NCBA Family Law Section Annual Conference in Wrightsville Beach, NC, May 2, 2003; Agreements and Enforcement, ABA/NCSB Legal Assistance for Military Personnel (LAMP) CLE Program, Raleigh, NC, November 15, 2002; Collaborative Family Law "Improving Your Negotiating Skills," NCBA Family Law Section Annual Conference, Wrightsville Beach, NC; joint presentation with Diann Siegle, April 26, 2002; Can Alimony Be Terminated?, "Family Law 2001" CLE Program, Wake Forest University CLE, Raleigh, NC, October 4, 2001; Effective Use of a Custody Evaluation Panel Discussion, NCATL Family Law CLE Program, Raleigh, NC, September 7, 2001; Collaborative Family Law: Where It Is, Where It Came From and How It Worked In Wake County, "Mediating on the Edge: Cutting Edge Issues and Methods of Dispute Resolution" CLE, NCBA Dispute Resolution Secion Annual Conference, Boone, NC, May 19, 2001.

AAML Chapter

North Carolina Chapter:  President, 2014, President-Elect, 2013, Membership Chair, 2012.

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