Attorney

Gregory Hunt

Gregory Hunt is an experienced trial attorney. He has successfully tried cases in both North Carolina and New York. Greg has argued cases in North Carolina’s District and Superior Court (bench and jury trials) and before the North Carolina Supreme Court. He has also argued cases in New York State Supreme Court and NYC Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. His prior legal experience also includes serving as a federal law clerk for the Honorable Richard K. Eaton at the Court of International Trade, and as an attorney for the NYC’s Comptroller’s Office.

In 2007, Attorney Greg and his family relocated to Charlotte, NC from Harlem, NYC and, in 2008, he founded Hunt Law, PLLC. His family law practice focuses on helping individuals resolve their domestic relations issues, some of which include: highly contested custody, child support, post-separation support/alimony and equitable distribution matters. Greg also spends a fair amount of time representing clients with civil and general litigation issues.

Greg has been happily married to his wife Vanessa for over 18 years and they live in South Charlotte with their two boys Gregory and Nicholas. Greg is a die-hard sports fan having his heart broken many times by the New York Jets and the New York Knicks. But he is confident that the Charlotte Panthers will bring the Lombardy Trophy to the Queen City. As for the Charlotte Hornets, well the jury is still deliberating.

EDUCATION: City College, City University of New York (B.A.,1998) Russell Sage College-Graduate School (M.B.A.,2000) Albany Law School of Union University (J.D., 2001)

ADMITTED: 2008, State of North Carolina & Western District of North Carolina; 2002, State of New York and Southern District of New York

PAST/PRESENT AFFILIATIONS: Member, Leadership Council of Children’s Home Society or North Carolina, 2012 – present; Member, Domestic Violence Advisory Board of Mecklenburg County, 2013 – present; Member, Legal Referral Services Committee of Mecklenburg County Bar Association, 2010-2012; Mecklenburg County Bar Association

REPORTED CASES: Garrett v. Burris, 9A-13 (2013 NC Supreme Court case issue: whether the parties were common-law married under Texas Law); Garrett v. Burris, (2011 Superior Court Civil Jury Trial, Issue: breach of promise to marry); Branum v. Vaughan, 12-CVS-1187 (2012 Superior Court Civil Case, Issue: Alienation of Affection/Criminal Conversation); State v. Stephen James, 11-CRS218039 (2011 Superior Court Criminal Jury Trial, Issue: Burglary)