Phone: (252) 338-4151
Fax: (252) 338-8546
Courtney is from High Point, North Carolina, but moved to Elizabeth City in 2006 when she began practicing law. Courtney graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2001 with a B.A. in Political Science. She graduated from Regent University School of Law in 2006, was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in the same year, and has been practicing with The Twiford Law Firm, P.C. since admission. She began doing social services work in 2007 when she began representing Currituck County Department of Social Services. She handles all aspects of social services litigation including child protective services, adult protective services, guardianship, and appellate matters.
Courtney began doing domestic work in 2008 and, since that time, has focused primarily in this area handling all domestic matters. Key focus areas within her practice include: Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Guardianship, Marital Law, Paternity, Premarital Agreements, Spousal Support, and Visitation Rights.
Courtney's expertise is dealing with the needs of men, women, and children in divorce. All parties in a divorce action are entitled to be represented by a competent attorney concerned only with protecting their rights. Courtney Hull has the ability and experience to resolve your issues without adding to the emotional upset caused by divorce and other family law matters. She can assist you in minimizing the worry of what will happen to your children, your home, your possessions, and your future.
Her commitment to serving the interests of clients going through a divorce is unparalleled. Since beginning her practice, Ms. Hull has seen the expense, anguish, and frustration that can be inflicted on a family going through a divorce. She is dedicated to helping her clients find compassionate solutions to family conflict.
Ms. Hull's primary focus is to understand your situation and your goals. She believes that every attempt should be made to resolve your conflict out of court and every option should be explored to achieve your goals. As a client, you can rely on her experience and advice regarding the likely outcome of litigation and when assessing the relative benefits of various methods of dispute resolution. If you have children and your priority is to retain an active role in their lives, Ms. Hull will use her experience and knowledge to help you accomplish that goal.
Ms. Hull is dedicated to assisting the families in Northeastern North Carolina with their domestic issues and will fight for you and your family.
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.A., 2001)
- Regent University School of Law (J.D., 2006)
- Civil Litigation & Appeals
- Domestic Litigation
- Social Services Litigation
- Local Government Law
- Administrative Law
- North Carolina State Bar
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District North Carolina