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What is Collaborative Divorce?

Collaborative Divorce is a reasonably-priced dispute resolution process established by North Carolina law for settling divorce and family law disputes outside of court.  Learn more about Collaborative Divorce.

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Aimee L. Ezzell graduated from Wake Forest University summa cum laude with Honors in English in 1995.  After working as a litigation paralegal at Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C., Aimee attended Yale Law School, where she participated in a legal clinic devoted to advocacy for women and children.  Following graduation in 2001, Aimee completed a judicial clerkship for the Honorable Rosemary Barkett of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.  After practicing law in San Francisco, California, Aimee returned to her home-state of North Carolina.  She is Of Counsel with Fletcher, Ray & Satterfield, L.L.P., where she divides her practice between collaborative family law, mediation, commercial and civil litigation, land use and zoning law, and banking law.  Aimee is certified as a superior court and family financial mediator by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission.  She is licensed to practice in North Carolina, New York and California.

Aimee first learned of collaborative practice during her mediation training. Drawn to the concept’s interdisciplinary approach, its focus on a healthy transformative process and its potential to empower the parties involved, Aimee decided to limit her family law practice to the collaborative model.  She attended collaborative practice training in Phoenix, Arizona, at the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) and is an active member of that group.  Invigorated by the IACP training, Aimee coordinated a three-day collaborative law training in Wilmington, North Carolina, in September 2011.

Aimee is a founding member of Coastal Collaborative Colleagues and is proud to serve as the group’s president.  Aimee is also a member of the North Carolina Association of Collaborative Divorce Professionals (NCACDP).

Contact information for Aimee L. Ezzell, J.D.:

Fletcher, Toll & Ray, 
L.L.P.
131 Racine Drive, Suite 201

Wilmington, NC 28403

Phone: (910) 251-9900

Fax: (910) 251-9667

Website: www.fletcherlaw.com
Email: aezzell@ftr-law.com