Tiffany A. Lesnik, Attorney
Tiffany focuses on domestic violence, custody, including high conflict custody, stepparent adoptions, grandparent visitation, and the settlement and litigation of family law disputes. Tiffany enjoys working with families and their children in conjunction with complex psychological issues and has networked with a team of experts to assist you with your case - regardless of magnitude. An initial consultation with Tiffany is $250.00/hr. and all subsequent consultations are $250.00/hr., unless you retain and are under contract then all consultation fees will be applied to your contract for services. To make an appointment to discuss your domestic issues with Tiffany contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tiffany graduated from Campbell University School of Law and is a North Carolina licensed attorney with a B.A. in psychology from NC State University, and a Master's education in clinical psychology from NC Central University.
Tiffany is the single mother of two daughters and understands how challenging and expensive the legal process can be - having gone through domestic violence and a divorce herself. She knows what it feels like to sit on the "client side" of the table and understands that it is frustrating when your attorney doesn't communicate with you when you feel like your life is in their hands. It doesn't make it easier when you are spending hundreds to thousands of dollars on representation and don't even feel like you are an active part of your own case.
Tiffany is determined to make your experience a different one.
Campbell University School of Law, Raleigh, NC
Coursework Emphasis: ethics, family law and planning, juvenile law and mediation, Awards and Activities: Book Award-Advanced Ethics; Richard A. Lord Intramural Moot Court Competition Quarter-Finalist; 1L Kilpatrick Stockton Mock Trial Best Attorney Award, Preliminary Round; The Federalist Society Vice-President (“Most Outstanding Student Organization”), Secretary; Delta Theta Phi; Student Recruitment Team; Campbell Law School Relocation Committee
North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC
Masters of the Arts in Clinical Psychology - completing
summa cum laude, GPA: 4.0 – to graduate valedictorian
Awards: Psi Chi, Psychology Honor Society
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology,summa cum laude, GPA: 3.89, Major GPA: 4.0 Awards: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Dean’s List; Nat. Dean’s List; Charles W. & G. Nadine Edwards Scholarship; Nat. Society of Collegiate Scholars; Citizen’s Scholarship Fund; Varsity Scholars Award; Psi Chi - Psychology Honor Society
Richard A. Waugaman, III, Attorney
Richard works primarily with domestic contracts, including breach of contract, drafting separation and settlement agreements, financial issues including property distibution, alimony, child support and absolute divorce. He will be happy to attend mediation with you to ensure that you receive the fairest possible settlement. He also has considerable experience working with cases involving domestic violence. An initial consultation with Richard is complimentary and all subsequent consultations are $195.00/hr., unless you retain and are under contract then all consultation fees will be applied to your contract for services. Contact him today to make an appointment to discuss your options for Absolute Divorce, Breach of Contract, for your Separation Agreement or for financial concerns at email@example.com.
Richard graduated from Campbell University School of Law and is a licensed attorney in North Carolina. Richard also is a summa cum laude graduate of Campbell University with a degree in criminal justice.
While in law school, Richard was a member of two national appellate advocacy moot court teams and received a number of honors and awards while in law school and continues to teach appellate advocacy at Campbell Law School. Richard is an efficient and hard-worker who is dedicated to his clients and works solely to assist them in reaching the goals and objectives they desire.
Richard works with Tiffany to zealously advocate for women and children who are victims of domestic violence.
Campbell University School of Law, Raleigh, NC
Juris Doctor, cum laude
Honors/Activities: Order of Old Kivett; 2012 ABA National Moot Court Competition; 2011 William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition; Richard A. Lord Intramural Moot Court Top Oralist, Rick Edmundson Award recipient; Book Award in Wills & Trusts; Honors in Advanced Trial Advocacy; Honors in Pre-trial Litigation; 2011 North Carolina State Bar Summer Meeting Internship Program; Admissions Office Events Coordinator, Student Recruitment Team Member; Delta Theta Phi
Campbell University, Buies Creek, NC
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, summa cum laude GPA: 3.92 Honors/Activities: President's List, Dean's List, Presidential Scholarship, North Carolina Sheriff's Association Undergraduate Criminal Justice Scholarship, Honors Program, Criminal Justice Tutor, Phi Eta Sigma, Epsilon Pi Eta, Pi Gamma Mu, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi