Madeline Hurley

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Originally from Rougemont, North Carolina, Madeline is a proud graduate of Appalachian State University. She went on to attend Campbell University School of Law where she was awarded a merit scholarship and served on the Campbell Law Pro Bono Council. During law school, Madeline was an extern for North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby and Senator Jim Davis.

Madeline devotes her practice to family law litigation and negotiation including issues related to divorce, property distribution, spousal agreements, child custody, child support, and domestic violence. Madeline appreciates that going through a divorce or separation can be challenging and she is committed to helping her clients navigate the process. Madeline is a strong advocate for her clients, passionate about protecting their rights, their family, and their financial stability.

Madeline is member of the Wake County Bar Association, North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and the North Carolina Bar Association where she serves on the NorthCarolina Bar Association’s Task Force on Integration, Equity, and Equal Justice.

Madeline was selected to the 2020 and 2021 Super Lawyers Rising Stars Lists. Only 2.5% of Lawyers in the state receive the honor of being named a Rising Star. While Madeline appreciates recognition from her peers, her greatest satisfaction comes from successfully resolving her clients’ disputes and knowing that she has assisted them in overcoming personal challenges.

In addition to her legal activities, Madeline serves as a member of the Board of Directors for East Wake Education Foundation. Madeline is also an active member of the Junior League of Raleigh and serves as a chapter advisor to Kappa Delta Sorority at North Carolina State University.