Cristina Quantock joined Beaver Courie Law Firm in 2012. Prior to working in private practice she served as a prosecutor in Hoke County. Since joining the firm, Cristina has worked on hundreds of cases in both District and Superior Courts. During her 10 years of practicing law, Cristina has exemplified an attention to detail and a dedication to achieving the best possible results for her clients. She has experience in handling difficult cases and knows how to help clients through challenging times.
Cristina’s practice covers all areas of family law including absolute divorce, child custody, alimony and equitable distribution. Cristina also handles all stages of felony criminal representation. She is fluent in Spanish and English.
Cristina earned her Bachelors of Arts from Campbell University in 2006, graduating Summa Cum Laude and with the distinction of Outstanding Senior in Criminal Justice. Following her undergraduate studies, Cristina earned her Juris Doctor from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law in 2009. She graduated second in her class and with the honors and was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar the same year. While at Campbell Law School, Cristina served in the Student Body Association, Campbell Law Review, and Teaching Scholars Program.
Cristina is a member of the Cumberland Bar Association, Hoke County Bar Association, and the North Carolina Bar Association. She also participates in various local civic activities including serving on the board of Fayetteville Justice For Our Neighbors (JFON), volunteering with the Child Advocacy Center and having served as Secretary of the Campbell University Cumberland County Alumni Association. Cristina has received various awards including the Greatest Around Fayetteville Award for Best Criminal Attorney in 2013, National Trial Lawyer’s Top 100 Trial Lawyers (2014-2019) and “Top One Percent 2016” award by the National League of Renowned Attorneys and Fayetteville 40 Under 40.