Lorion Vitale

Vitale Family Law



Wake Forest University School of Law, 1995, JD

Admitted to Practice


Legal Organizations

  • Chair of the Family Law Section of the of the North Carolina Bar Association 2011-2012
  • Chair of the Wake County, North Carolina Professionalism Committee, 2008 to 2012
  • Mediator for the Tenth Judicial District Bar Fee Dispute Committee, 2005 to present
  • Member of the Board of Directors, Tenth Judicial District of North Carolina
  • Council 2008-2009
  • Member of the North Carolina Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2006 to 2009, 2002-2004
  • Chair North Carolina Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Committee, 2008 to 2010
  • Chair, Equitable Distribution Committee, 2000 -2004
  • Legislative Committee, 2006-2007
  • Chair, Professionalism Roundtable Discussion, 2006-2007
  • Susie Sharp Inn of Court, 2005 to 2012
  • Member of the American Bar Assn., Family Law Section, 1996 to present.

CLE Presentations

  • Legal Education course planner for the following programs: -Deal or No Deal? Attacking and Enforcing Agreements, Orders and Awards,” (NCBA, September 2009), -How Do You Mend A Broken Heart” (NCBA, Family Law Annual Conference, 2008), -Death and Divorce in North Carolina” (NCBA, September 2006)
  • -Perils and Pitfalls in Alternative Dispute Resolution” (NCBA, September 2005)
  • -Family Law In Bush’s America” (Family Law Specialist Seminar July 2005)
  • -Hot Topics in Family Law: Evidentiary Issues in Child Custody” Cases (NCBA, September 2004)
  • -What About the Children?” (NCBA, September 2002). Lecturer and author on a variety of family law and professionalism programs: Professionalism Roundtable Discussion (NCBA Family Law Intensive Program (2009-2010)
  • Wake County Bar Association Professionalism Roundtable Discussion, (2005-2007)
  • -Recent Developments in Professional Responsibility” (Wake Forest University, October 2006)
  • -Broaching the Alternative Dispute Resolution Subject with Clients” (NCBA, September 2005)
  • “Interstate Child Support” (Wake Forest University, October 2001)
  • “Enforcing Your Order and Judgment Through Contempt and Proper Filing of Judgments” (NCATL, September 2001)
  • “Parol Evidence” (NCBA, May 2001)
  • “Legal Traps in Bankruptcy, Real Property and Domestic Violence” (NCBA, November 2000)
  • “Post Trial Practice” (Wake Forest University, October 2000)
  • “Child Support, Domestic Violence and Ex Parte Contact” (NCATL, January 1999).

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