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Althea F. Richrdson
Richardson Tucker Law Firm
201 N Main St
Monroe NC 28112
Lawyer's Website | (704) 819-9098
Licensed to Practice Law in North Carolina Since 2009
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Legal Practice Areas

  • Child Custody Law
  • Child Abuse / Neglect
  • DWI
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Criminal Law
  • Child Support Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • Wills / Trust / Estates / Probate
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Credentials & Associations

  • Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2009
  • Western New England University School of Law
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About the Attorney

Althea Richardson has been practicing law for twenty-seven years with fifteen years of experience in family law; representing families in custody, visitation, divorce, child support and equitable distribution matters. Ms. Richardson also represents parents accused of child abuse and neglect and staving off the state’s attempts to terminate parental rights. Ms. Richardson is licensed in New York and North Carolina. She is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the Union County Bar Association.

A graduate of Northeastern University, Ms. Richardson graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics and her Juris Doctor from Western New England College School of Law. Ms. Richardson loves spending time with her friends and family volunteering her services in helping the community. Ms. Richardson is a Board Member of the Community Health Services of Union County, Inc. and President of Success Is Yours, an organization that helps mothers who are going through a challenging period in their lives achieve their goals.

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