Cheshire Parker Schneider & Bryan attorney Ashley L. Oldham was recently recognized as a Board Certified Specialist in Family Law by the North Carolina State Bar . Ms. Oldham concentrates her legal practice in the areas of property division, custody, support and all aspects of military divorce. Her regular practice includes practice in Wake, Cumberland, Harnett, Moore, Chatham, Orange, Durham and Johnston County.
Ms. Oldham is also a member of the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association and has taught various continuing legal education courses for the North Carolina Bar Association, The Judge Advocate General’s Legal Center and School in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the American Bar Association. The North Carolina State Bar, an agency of the State of North Carolina, certifies lawyers as specialists in designated practice areas as a service to the public. The program assists members of the public in the selection of legal counsel by identifying lawyers who have demonstrated special knowledge, skill, and proficiency in certain areas of law. The program also gives lawyers a credible way of making their expertise known to the public and other lawyers.
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We are excited to announce that Brentley Tanner is joining the Cheshire Parker Family Law section as a partner. He adds an expertise in military law and brings with him two fabulous associates, Ashley Oldham and Kaitlin Kober, and paralegals, Amber Caling and Eliza Lynch. We are thrilled to expand our practice statewide. As part of our growing practice, we have also opened a satellite office in Holly Springs.
Cheshire Parker Family Law is pleased to announce that Family Law attorney Kimberly Bryan has been certified by the American Academy of Trial Lawyers as a Certified Family Law Arbitrator. The AAML is the only organization in the country that trains matrimonial attorneys to arbitrate the unique issues that arise in family law. Kimberly can arbitrate limited issues along with complex matters needing several days.