Attorney Kristy Jackson is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist. She handles our separation, divorce, custody, alimony, property distribution, and other Family Law cases. These cases can include a variety of issues, and her clients range from people who are planning to get married to people who are separating or already divorced.
Kristy was born and raised in Goldsboro. She attended Rosewood High School, and graduated from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics in Durham, North Carolina. Kristy received her Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Dramatic Art from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2001. During her time at UNC, she worked with PlayMakers Repertory Company. She also studied abroad at the University of Sussex in Brighton, United Kingdom.
Prior to beginning law school, Kristy worked in regional theatre. She also taught Algebra and Pre-Algebra at Goldsboro High School. She graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 2007. At the College of Law, Kristy was the Symposium Editor for the Journal of Gender, Race & Justice.
Upon graduation from law school, Kristy returned to North Carolina to begin her legal career. She was admitted into the North Carolina Bar in August, 2007, and began practicing Family Law in November 2007. Kristy has argued cases in Civil and Superior Court as well as at the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Kristy specializes in Family Law, and focuses her practice in that area. Her cases include divorce, custody, child support, alimony, and property distribution. She also works on court-appointed cases in Juvenile Abuse/Neglect/Dependency Court, as well as in Child Support Enforcement court. She enjoys volunteering with the local Communities Supporting Schools Teen Court Program.
Kristy Jackson joined Everett Womble in 2015. She spends her spare time with her beloved daughter.
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