Greensboro Family Law Attorney and Divorce Lawyer

A Tough Lawyer For Tough Cases 


  • Board Certified Family Law Specialist

  • 25+ Years of Experience

  • Avvo Top Rated Attorney, Client Choice Award

  • Martindale Hubbell Client Champion

  • Super Lawyers 

  • Divorce, Separation, Custody, Child Support, Alimony, Property Division, Domestic Violence (50B), Adoptions, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy


Samuel Spagnola
Rated by Super Lawyers

loading ...
Expert family lawyer
Spagnola Law Firm
Family Law Attorney Client choice
Board Certified
Child Custody lawyer award
Spagnola Law Firm Top Rated
Spagnola Law Firm Top Rated



Spagnola Family Law Specialist

Board Certified Family Law Specialist

Greensboro Family Law Attorney with 20+ Years of Experience

Avvo Client Champion, SuperLawyers®, Distinguished Rating

Greensboro Family Law

Family Law Attorney

Combining family dynamics with the court system can be a recipe for disaster without a good attorney.  We’ll be in your corner in cases of divorce, separation, child custody, child support, alimony, property division, adoptions, and any other area of family law.

Financial Planning and Debt Business Meeting

Bankruptcy attorney

Know your options before you make any declarations.  Whether it’s a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 personal bankruptcy, we can find the right financial plan for you and your future.  With a good bankruptcy lawyer on your side, it’s never too late for a fresh start.

adult 1807500 1 scaled

How We Can Help You

When it comes to family law, the intricacies can seem mind-boggling.  How do you even begin dividing into the legal side of a family, business, or marriage? How does a court determine custody? What is a legal separation? What can a bankruptcy lawyer do for me?

Facing any legal challenge solo is scary.  We get that.  Any time you have to go to court, you should have someone by your side who knows the court system.  And more importantly, knows your rights.

The Spagnola Law Firm has been practicing family law in Greensboro as well as bankruptcy law for more than two decades.  We stay up-to-date with the relevant developments without losing sight of that’s most important: your case. Sam Spagnola is a well-known Greensboro divorce lawyer and family law attorney serving the entire Triad area including High Point and surrounding counties.

Over the years, divorce attorney Spagnola has handled complex property division cases, hotly contested custody disputes, difficult situations where mental illness is a factor, and family law matters that have presented new legal arguments decided on appeal. He has represented both fathers and mothers win custody cases.

The Spagnola Law Firm has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from clients and attorney Sam Spagnola has received recognition from peers as well.

Click on the link for the subject that you are interested in. Hopefully, the information that we have provided will give you a start on your journey that you can use when meeting with us for the first time.

Spagnola Family Law Specialist

We’re Here For You

Looking for a Winning Combination?

Don’t get lost in a legal minefield.  It’s difficult enough to navigate family dynamics.  Adding the legal system to the mix can make it downright bewildering.

We can help.  Sam Spagnola is a well known family law attorney in Greensboro who will provide the representation to get your side heard and the strength to fight for your rights and privileges.

Whether it is a family law matter or bankruptcy issue, book a consultation today with Greensboro divorce attorney and family lawyer Sam Spagnola to know where you stand and to discuss what your legal options are moving forward.

About Spagnola Law

High Quality Legal Services in Greensboro, NC

Retaining an experienced family law attorney for your family law case is the smartest legal decision you can make.  Even seemingly simple aspects of a case can become confusing and convoluted when that court date comes around.

Experience is the greatest teacher and Sam Spagnola has been a Greensboro family lawyer for over 25 years. He is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist and is highly rated among peers and clients.

Our primary focus is on family law.  That means that you’ll always receive quality legal advice based on the most recent developments in the law and in attorney practice as well as the wisdom and experience that a premier Greensboro divorce attorney like Sam Spagnola can bring. 

We don’t think you should have to lose sleep over a pending case or resolution.  Rest easy knowing we’ve got you covered, from beginning to end. You will have a tough and experienced family lawyer on your side.

We also provide Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy services to consumers looking for a fresh start from debt.

Sam Spagnola has been named one of the top family law attorneys in Greensboro and a Client Champion. He has had thousands of satisfied clients in over 25 years of practice. The Spagnola Law Firm serves family law and bankruptcy clients in Guilford County and the rest of the Triad area.

Do I Need a Divorce Lawyer?

In short, if you’re going through a legal proceeding or filing legal documents, you need an attorney.  Even if you agree on everything, it’s smart to make sure everything is done properly.  Then nothing unexpected comes up down the road.

When Should I Hire a Family Lawyer?

Many aspects of marriage and divorce require a family attorney.  In the cases of prenuptials, wealth allocation, and separation agreements, a lawyer is necessary.  If there are children involved, you may also need an attorney.  To be safe, anything involving the court system basically.

Should I File for Bankruptcy?

If you have debt you can’t repay that’s putting you in danger of forclosure or repossession, a chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy may be the best course of action for you.  It can also get debt collectors off your back and give you breathing room to restructure.

Why the Spagnola Law Firm?

The Spagnola Law Firm is primarily focused on family law and bankruptcy.  We’ve provided quality representation for clients in Greensboro, High Point, Burlington, Asheboro, Alamance County, Randolph County, and Rockingham County.