Meet Your Guides

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Chris Osborn

Founder & Principal

Credentials

  • North Carolina Bar
    Admitted in 1995
  • University of Virginia
    School of Law
    Class of 1995, J.D.
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Class of 1992, B.A. with highest distinction

Professional Memberships and Organizations

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Chris Osborn uses his extensive training as a mediator and trained collaborative lawyer to help separating and divorcing couples, deadlocked businesses, and families with inheritance disputes find practical, cost-effective solutions to complex legal problems.

In his 25+ years of practice, including 11 years as an associate and shareholder with Horack Talley in Charlotte, Chris has helped clients reach amicable resolutions in hundreds of disputes, involving complex legal issues and interpersonal dynamics, in the areas of separation and divorce, construction law, business breakups, and inheritance disputes.

Chris was certified by the N.C. Dispute Resolution Commission as a Superior Court mediator in 2009, and completed the required 16 hour Collaborative Law Practice  training in 2016. In 2021, he was also certified by the N.C. Dispute Resolution Commission as a Family Financial Settlement Mediator.

From 2012-2015, Chris was an Assistant Professor at the Charlotte School of Law, where he taught “Interviewing, Client Counseling, and Negotiations,” along with first year classes in Contracts and Civil Procedure.

Chris is also the co-founder of ReelTime CLE (www.reeltimecle.com), an internationally-renowned provider of dynamic, interactive CLE workshops, conferences, law firm retreats, and professional development training programs, as well as lawyer coaching services.

Practice Areas

Credentials

  • North Carolina Bar
    Admitted in 1995
  • University of Virginia
    School of Law
    Class of 1995, J.D.
  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Class of 1992, B.A. with highest distinction
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Brian Córdova

Of Counsel

Credentials

  • North Carolina Bar
    Admitted in 2021
  • Illinois Bar
    Admitted in 2013
  • Florida Bar
    Admitted in 2012
  • Florida International University
    College of Law
    Class of 2012, J.D.
  • Florida Gulf Coast University
    Class of 2009, B.A. in English

Professional Memberships and Organizations

CCDP logoNC Dispute Resolution logoNCCCLA logoIACP logoNational Association of Divorce Professionals logoVESTA logoAssociation of Legal Administrators logo

Brian was born and raised in South Florida. He graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2009 and received his Juris Doctorate from the Florida International University College of Law in 2012. After running a successful family law practice in Chicago he and his family moved to the Charlotte area in 2020 with a focus on finding a community they could serve and call their own. Brian has found joy in working with clients in their time of need and helping them find peace of mind for themselves and their families.

Brian focuses his practice on the areas of law that can best support and protect his clients through life's everyday obstacles. He has personally handled hundreds of cases and practices primarily in Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Nuptial Agreements, and Estate Planning.

Practice Areas

Credentials

  • North Carolina Bar
    Admitted in 2021
  • Illinois Bar
    Admitted in 2013
  • Florida Bar
    Admitted in 2012
  • Florida International University
    College of Law
    Class of 2012, J.D.
  • Florida Gulf Coast University
    Class of 2009, B.A. in English
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Rochelle Jameson

Office Manager and Client Concierge

Professional Memberships and Organizations

CCDP logoNC Dispute Resolution logoNCCCLA logoIACP logoNational Association of Divorce Professionals logoVESTA logoAssociation of Legal Administrators logo

Rochelle Jameson serves as the nerve center that holds our firm together-and hers is often the first face you’ll see or voice you’ll hear. She draws upon her career experience in office administration and customer relations (as well as a background in administration of a corporate legal department) to help us keep everything in order and the “trains running on time.”  Rochelle has developed and utilized her people skills serving in leadership roles with various public and private entities, including Hope Community Church, Young Life, The American Red Cross, Mothers of Preschoolers (“MOPS”), and Wind River Cancer Wellness Retreats.  

In addition to her educational background and professional experience, Rochelle is a devoted wife and mother to three sons, and she is actively engaged as a volunteer in her local community.  With her background and practical life experiences, Rochelle understands the importance of providing timely, precise, and effective communication and assistance to our clients.