Greensboro Family Law Attorney Bonnie Rossi
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Bonnie Rossi Attorney at Law
101 South Elm Street, Suite 145 A
Greensboro, NC 27401
Telephone: (336) 509-0183
Facsimile: (336) 282-3105
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Bonnie Rossi, Attorney at Law, represents clients throughout the state of North Carolina, mainly in Guilford County in Greensboro and High Point, Forsyth County, Randolph County, Davidson County, Alamance County and Rockingham County. However, Bonnie Rossi also represents clients in other counties such as Catawba County, Chatham County, Scotland County, and Hoke County among others.
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Whether you are going through a divorce/legal separation, dealing with child custody, or coping with a variety of other family law issues, at the law office of Bonnie Rossi, Attorney at Law, you can find the support and legal guidance you need. Focusing exclusively on the area of family law, I bring years of legal experience to my client's cases. Clients trust me with their most private family matters because I understand the stress they are experiencing and strive to alleviate their concerns through explanation and frequent contact.

I am proud of the reputation that I have gained throughout the legal and local communities of Greensboro and the Piedmont Triad for upholding the highest standards of professionalism and ethics. Colleagues see me as a lawyer who goes to great lengths for her clients in order to see that their best interests are represented and that "things get done." I strive to maintain my reputation through hard work and an unwavering dedication to clients.

Litigation or Alternative Dispute Resolution?

Over the course of my practice of law, I have handled cases both in and out of court. Although litigation is an aggressive way to seek an end to your family law case, it is not always right in every situation. Many clients can benefit from utilizing a form of alternative dispute resolution. In fact, I often encourage clients to participate, alongside me, in a four-way settlement conference with the opposing party and his or her lawyer. This is a cost-effective, efficient, and cooperative way to respectfully reach a resolution that suits everyone's best interests. I also assist clients in handling cases through mediation.

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