Divorce and Family Law Attorney John McKnight, Founder of McKnight Law in Raleigh, North Carolina, announces his induction into the North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society for the fourth consecutive year. McKnight, an active volunteer in Wake County, is a Pro Bono Child Advocate who has served on the Boards of Directors for the Wake County Bar Association and the Wake County Women’s Center. His active volunteerism and willingness to serve have earned him recognition from people from all walks of life in Wake County. McKnight’s community presence, along with his knowledge and experience in divorce and family law, offer a unique advantage to clients who need his services.
“I’m deeply humbled by the North Carolina Pro Bono Society’s inclusion of me for the fourth consecutive year,” McKnight says. “It’s my honor to serve vulnerable, underserved communities that might not know how to access the court system and to help women and children find safety from domestic violence. I look forward to assisting those in need throughout Wake County for years to come.”
About McKnight Law
At McKnight Law, we’re fluent in the emotions of divorce and child custody. We know just how hard it is for you to approach the divorce process, particularly when divorcing a narcissist. It adds another layer of stress and worries about how the entire process will impact your family. It’s why we work so hard to understand your needs and concerns at the outset of your case so that we can support you through the whole thing. You deserve an advocate at your side during this time to empower you to work towards the next chapter for your family. However, speaking to divorce lawyers is essential when you want to learn more about starting the process.
Call (919) 413-7002 to schedule an appointment to sit down and talk with divorce attorney John McKnight. If you decide divorce is the best option for you, John will be involved in all aspects of your case. As a boutique law firm staffed by two experienced attorneys, you can rest assured that you will work with authentic, honest, and transparent professionals when you choose McKnight Law. A trusted name in the community, John has worked on political campaigns and served on the Boards of Directors for the Wake County Bar Association and the Wake County Women’s Center. His active volunteerism and willingness to serve have earned him recognition from people from all walks of life in Wake County, offering an advantage you might not receive from other firms that don’t have the same community presence.
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About North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society
North Carolina Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1 encourages North Carolina attorneys to provide at least fifty hours of pro bono legal services each year to those unable to pay. Attorneys licensed in North Carolina (or attorneys who provide services under North Carolina Pro Bono Practice Status) who report at least 50 hours of pro bono legal service (i.e., activity under NC RPC 6.1(a)) in a year will be inducted into that year’s cohort of the North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society and receive a certificate from the Supreme Court of North Carolina recognizing their valuable contributions to the people of North Carolina.
The North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society celebrates those attorneys who have met their professional responsibility enshrined in Rule 6.1, increasing access to justice for those in need. The Society allows the North Carolina legal profession to celebrate the importance of attorney volunteerism and encourage colleagues and peers to get involved.