Greensboro attorney Afi Johnson-Parris is pleased to announce the formation of her new firm. Johnson-Parris Law will serve the needs of Guilford County residents with family law issues ranging from divorce and property division to custody and child support. Ms. Johnson-Parris also practices collaborative family law, offering “Divorce with Dignity,” where informal, private discussions and conferences are used to settle family issues without going to court. Ms. Johnson-Parris is a Board Certified Specialist in Family Law and has taught at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy Family Law Program since 2017. She currently serves as the chair of the Family Law Section for the North Carolina Bar Association and is a former president of the Greensboro Bar Association. In 2017, Ms. Johnson-Parris was selected as the overall winner for Family Law in Business North Carolina’s “Legal Elite” and inducted into the Hall of Fame. Most recently, she was featured in the 2020 edition of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Lawyers.
Ms. Johnson-Parris is a 2002 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law and a published member of its Law Review. Before law school, she served her country as an officer in the Air Force and earned an MBA. After law school, Ms. Johnson-Parris began practicing complex civil litigation in Atlanta and relocated to Greensboro in 2007 to practice employment law and civil litigation.
The office of Johnson-Parris Law is located at 101 S. Elm, Suite 235. The new firm contact information is:
101 S. Elm Street, Suite 235
Greensboro, NC 27401