For more than a decade, attorney Autumn Osbourne has provided skilled representation to North Carolina families in the courtroom and at the negotiating table. She is Board Certified by the North Carolina Board of Legal Specialization - a distinction held by less than 2% of all family law practitioners in the state - and has been recognized for her work by independent attorney rating organizations including but not limited to Thomson Reuters' and Avvo.
However, for Autumn, the practice of law involves more than zealously advocating on behalf of clients and adhering to the profession's rules of ethics.
"I feel every family in our community benefits from the work we do outside of our law firm's doors. It's been incredibly gratifying to work with organizations such as the Durham County Legal Aid Clinic and the Durham's Women Clinic as well as mentoring other attorneys in the family law arena." - Autumn Osbourne
Autumn is passionate about the work she does for her clients and those in the community.
Autumn earned her Juris Doctorate from the North Carolina Central University School of Law, and also holds a Masters degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and Bachelors degree from Virginia Tech.
In her spare time, Autumn enjoys spending time with her family, being on their boat, going to the beach and just being outdoors.