Pro bono divorce Lawyers Wilmington NC

Wilmington, NC Lawyer LeeAnne Quatrucci Attorney At Law, Divorce, Family Law, Child Custody, Adoption Biography  February 23, 2015 – 11:01 pm
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401 Chestnut Street, Suite J l Wilmington, NC 28401 l 910.795.0230



Child Support

Child Custody

Visitation Rights

Spousal Support

Property Division

Domestic Violence

Protective Orders

Juvenile Cases

DSS/Foster Care Issues

Domestic Partnership


Immigration Law

I was born in the Bronx where I resided with my family until I moved to North Carolina in 1998. My parents and siblings still reside in the Bronx and I enjoy a white Christmas with them every year.

I moved to the tar heel state to attend college at Wake Forest University on an academic and merit scholarship. I graduated early from Wake with Honors.

Unsure whether to attend graduate school or law school I spent two (2) years living and working abroad. I spent nearly a year living and working in London and I was privileged enough to secure a grant to live in Costa Rica where I volunteered for Planned Parenthood and Colectiva Por el Derecho a Decidir. Prior to returning to North Carolina I spent several months in New Zealand working at a Lodge where I learned to enjoy hiking, fishing, and snorkeling.

I returned to North Carolina in 2002 to teach at Arts-Based Elementary School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. My first grade class was comprised of sixteen (16) students who I miss dearly to this day. I also miss snacktime, storytime, and recess.

I attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law as a Willis Whichard Scholar. At Carolina I was actively involved in student government, the Pro Bono Board, and the Domestic Violence Advocacy Group. I received the Ilene B. Nelson Grant for Child Advocacy and the Class of 2000 Public Interest Scholarship. I was also inducted into the Frank Porter Graham Honor Society and the Order of the Barristers. I earned my Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree in May, 2006.

I began working at a small general practice firm in Wilmington, North Carolina in May 2006, and was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 2007. I was admitted to the District of Columbia Bar in 2009. I practice family law, juvenile law, and Immigration law. I also handle Department of Social Services cases. I am a member of the Family Law Sections of the American Bar Association and the North Carolina Bar Association.

I am also the co-chair of the Criminal Justice/Paralegal Department at Miller-Motte College where I teach aspiring paralegals. I am also honored to teach various Continuing Legal Education classes in the areas of Family Law to other attorneys.

My husband and I live in Wilmington. My husband is the Assistant Director of Operations at the Community Boys & Girls Club. Go Vikings! We attend St. Luke AME Zion Church.

Litigation Percentage

40% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

North Carolina, 2007

District of Columbia, 2009


University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2006


Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Bachelor's Degree

Major: Education and Political Science


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