Attorney Jaime Williams has a unique practice that focuses on both family law and bankruptcy. In these uncertain economic times, these areas of law can intersect, and Jaime is one of the few lawyers in Wake County who is very familiar with both areas of law.
Jaime handles family law cases involving child custody and support; alimony and property division (aka equitable distribution). Jaime also handles less confrontational matters, including mediation, premarital agreements and separation agreements.
Jaime’s bankruptcy practice includes all manners of bankruptcy issues that can affect most people. Jaime handles bankruptcy cases that fall under Chapter 7 (liquidation), Chapter 11 (business reorganization), and Chapter 13 (individual reorganization). Jaime’s bankruptcy practice also includes Adversary Proceedings (separate filings related to a bankruptcy case, usually filed by a creditor).
Jaime focused on both family law and bankruptcy while earning her law degree at Campbell University. Jaime interned for a year in the Wake County Family Court. Additionally, Jaime was selected as an advocate on Campbell’s National Moot Court Team and was a part of the team competing at the Conrad B. Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition. Jaime also competed in the Old Kivett Client Counseling Competition, and advanced to the ABA Regional Client Counseling Competition. Upon graduation, Jaime was inducted into the Order of Barristers, which recognizes individual excellence in advocacy and service to their law school.
Jaime is a native of Greensboro, North Carolina. Jaime received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a concentration in Government from Georgetown University.
Jaime is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, the Wake County Bar Association, and the North Carolina Bar Association.
Jaime is married and has a daughter.