Collin B. Hardee - Greenville, NC Family Law & Divorce Attorney

Attorney Collin B. Hardee

Attorney Collin B. Hardee is a family law and divorce attorney in Greenville, NC with Irons & Irons P.A. He is dedicated to providing the knowledge and advocacy necessary to guide clients through the challenges of family law while offering compassionate representation. He represents clients in all areas of domestic law including:

“I’m passionate about practicing family law…I understand and empathize with the difficulties and anxieties that accompany divorce. Having seen both sides of the process, I hope my relatability can bring comfort and hope to clients during a tumultuous period of their lives.”

Background & Education

Attorney Hardee graduated from East Carolina University in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in both political science and business administration. He then went on to Campbell University School of Law where he wrote for the Campbell Law Observer. After passing the bar exam in 2021, Attorney Hardee joined Irons & Irons P.A. and is the first person in his family to be an attorney.

While he is dedicated to serving his clients and providing the representation he needs, he is also active outside of the office. He spends time with his friends and family as well as his dog, Brutus, and enjoys staying active outdoors, including playing pickleball, golf, and going fishing.

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If you are in need of a dedicated family law attorney to represent you in cases of divorce, child custody, and other domestic legal matters, reach out to Attorney Hardee to schedule a consultation. Call 252-215-3000 or fill out the form below to get started.

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