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Meet Your Team

Our practice is entirely dedicated to helping couples move forward with confidence when dealing with divorce. You’re not alone.

What our clients say

"Across three states, Jenny was hands-down the best divorce lawyer I worked with! Authentic, savvy, insightful, tough, empathetic and effective. Can ’t say enough good things about her."


Former Client

"The entire staff at Triangle Smart Divorce has been wonderful. My divorce has been extremely complicated and difficult, they have helped and been successful at every turn. They are more than competent and are also very compassionate individuals. They will and do walk you through each and every step to obtain the best results for you. An amazing team!"


Former Client

"I would rate everything about my experience with Triangle Smart Divorce as 5 stars. The hardest step of any big decision is the first step. Jessica set the tone from the very first phone call. She was compassionate, calming and reassuring. The whole team has continued to work to maintain a supportive environment during the most difficult time of my life. I’m very grateful."


Former Client

"Jenny Bradley and her team at Triangle Smart Divorce was the best decision I made. "


Former Client

"Great firm! An outstanding group of professionals who are knowledgeable and care about their clients. I recommend Julianne and the firm to my clients and friends needing divorce and family law services."


Former Client

"I felt heard, understood and listened to. Always there when I needed them! Had my best interest at heart and never let me down!"


Former Client

"Outstanding firm. Try to work with their clients. Listens like a therapist. I am thoroughly pleased with the services I have been provided."


Former Client

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I want a divorce?

If you’re ever considering getting a divorce, you should speak to somebody about it. Reach out to your biggest supporters and keep them close. When you’re ready, get in touch with one of our experienced divorce attorneys to discuss all of the SMART strategies available to you.

My spouse filed for divorce — what should I do?

We understand this can be a pretty stressful situation. In North Carolina, spouses are required to live in separate homes for at least a year before becoming eligible for divorce. The time apart allows couples time to work on things and better scope out a future without their partner. You can take this process slow and make sure that you both make the best decisions for the family.

Regardless of what stage of divorce you find yourself in, you should reach out to a divorce attorney who can give you sound advice (with your best interests in mind.)

Who will get the kids? Who will keep the house?

In an ideal situation, spouses will agree on these matters together. However… respectfully considering each other’s wants and needs, handling assets and debts, AND prioritizing children isn’t exactly straightforward. When divorcing couples cannot agree on important decisions, they should enlist the help of a divorce attorney or mediation service to help find some middle ground.

What will happen to my business if we separate?

During a divorce, your business is considered “separate property” if you owned it before the marriage. Otherwise, North Carolina follows the equitable distribution law. If your business was acquired after marriage, it’s subject to an “equitable” split between spouses. Equitable doesn’t necessarily mean an equal split, but it will be fair. The courts will assess several different factors when determining equitability.

What is mediation and why should I care?

It can be challenging to know how to resolve conflict when it arises. In some cases, we want to ignore it entirely and hope that it will go away on its own. At other times, we want to punish the other side and bring justice down on them. In the long run, both approaches tend to backfire… Thankfully, there’s another way. Mediation.

Here are some of the benefits of mediation:

  • Avoid court and resolve disputes faster than traditional divorce proceedings.
  • Take control over the outcomes for you and your family. (make decisions for yourself)
  • Maintain a decent relationship moving forward.

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