Greensboro Case Results 2018-01-17T15:21:18+00:00

Case Results in the Greensboro Area

Disclaimer: The facts and circumstances of each case are different as such each case must be evaluated upon the unique  circumstances and facts. The results summarized here are not necessarily representative of the results obtained in all cases.

Victory – Fathers Custody Protected

Attorney Spidell represented a father in a custody case in Greensboro, where his wife fled the county with all five of their minor children, age 2 to 15. After a full trial, the Judge ordered that all 5 children be returned to the custody of their father and live with him and ordered that the wife not take the kids again.

Dismissed – 50B Domestic Order

Attorney Megan Spidell successfully negotiated the dismissal of a Domestic Violence Protective Order against a Greensboro father involving his daughter and regained visitation rights between father and daughter.

Dismissed – Carrying a Concealed Weapon

Attorney Megan Spidell was successful in having misdemeanor Stalking and Carrying a Concealed Weapon charges dismissed in Guilford County Superior Court for a client this week.

Emergency Order Obtained -Holiday Visitation Granted

Family law attorney Megan Spidell was successful in negotiating holiday visitation for three of her  Greensboro clients, just in time to get an Order for the Judge. Megan’s hard work and negotiation skills enabled three parents to spend Thanksgiving with their children this year, while simultaneously representing them in their ongoing custody disputes. Attorney Megan Spidell was successful in obtaining emergency child custody for a father in Guilford County this week. Ms. Spidell persuaded the Judge to enter an emergency Order, to protect the child from potential drug abuse within the mother’s home. The minor child is currently thriving in her father’s care.

Awarded Child Custody

Ms. Spidell represented a father of five children in Greensboro, whose wife had obtained two frivolous Domestic Violence Protective Orders and also taken out false assault charges against him. Ms. Spidell successfully argued that the father should be given custody and possession of the marital residence and the mother was permitted to have visitation and ordered to leave the residence. The father can now resume his normal life with his children, without fear of false allegations from his wife. Ms. Spidell also had both protective orders and the assault charges dismissed against him.

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