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Preserving Your Most Precious Relationships: Rebecca A. Poole

Many people believe that a divorce is a fight that signifies the end of a relationship. While in some cases this may be true, in other cases, especially where there are growing children to consider, it is not.

Rebecca A. Poole believes that while a divorce ends a marriage, it is actually the beginning of a new relationship. A divorce is often a turning point for parents; it presents an opportunity to begin again. Approaching divorce this way allows both parents to establish new ways to communicate and new boundaries. Working together, parents are truly able to put the needs of their children at the forefront.

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Rebecca A. Poole

Rebecca A. Poole has over a decade of family law-focused experience. She is a certified parenting coordinator and a North Carolina board certified specialist in family law. She was selected for inclusion as a “Rising Star” in family law by the publication “North Carolina Super Lawyers” in 2020 and 2021. Dedicated to creating divorce plans that meet the needs not only of the children, she also works to address and solve underlying communication issues between parents. In this way, both parents are able to move forward in the way that is best for their children and is productive.

An Attorney Dedicated To Family Law Matters

Rebecca’s practice encompasses custody, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution, estate planning, mediation, negotiations and collaborative divorces.

Rebecca has earned her reputation for excellence. She has attained acclaim for her work in mediation, negotiation, and the collaborative divorce process. Her family law-focused practice is built on a foundation of true communication and agile negotiation which she has recognized as the better path for most couples and their children.

A New Definition Of Winning

The goal is not to trample the competition, because when it comes to parenting, that is not winning. Winning is when all parties are in agreement and willingly compliant. Winning is creating a platform whereby all parties – children and parents – can express their needs, and all parties work to ensure that those needs are met. While not every divorce is suitable for mediation or a collaborative approach, many are and do benefit from this path.

Find Out More About Rebecca’s Collaborative Process

The best way to move forward is to schedule a meeting and get your specific questions answered. Rebecca will listen to your situation and offer insight and advice as to how to best move forward given the details of your issue and your goals. Call 919-263-2380 or reach out to Rebecca via the online contact form. Located in Apex, Rebecca serves family law clients in town and throughout Wake, Chatham, Orange, and Durham counties.