November 20, 2015

Ward Black Law’s 8th Annual “Toys For Tots” Drive

Posted By: Ward Black Law

It’s almost that time of year again- Jack Frost is starting to nip at our noses, Christmas tree stands are popping up and everywhere you look there are miles of decorations. Christmas is officially around the corner. While that statement might bring a twinkle to your eye and some items to your shopping list, the sad reality is that approximately 16.4 million American children are currently living in poverty.

Lending A Helping Hand

This Christmas, Ward Black Law would like to announce their continued partnership with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve to sponsor the eight annual “Toys For Tots” drive in the Greensboro, N.C., community. “Toys For Tots” is an organization whose mission is to “help the less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas.” They also strive to “unite all members of local communities in a common cause for three months each year… and contribute to better communities in the future.”

The kick-off event for the 2015 “Toys For Tots” drive will be held on December 4th in front of the Ward Black Law offices from 7am to 6pm and is open to anyone who would like to donate to this worthy cause. Just bring new, unwrapped toys for children from infants to 12-year-olds to one our donation sites before December 19th.

Monetary gifts to “Toys For Tots” are also appreciated, but not required.  Donated toys will be delivered to needy children in the Triad area by volunteer Marines before Christmas Day.

Come Celebrate With Us!

Please see the flyer below for specific event details or call (336) 333-2244 for more information. We hope to bring some cheer to the less fortunate in the Triad area this Christmas and hope you will join us!

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November 17, 2015

Greensboro Attorney S. Camille Payton Named YWCA Board’s Director of the Year

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S. Camille Payton of Ward Black Law has been named YWCA Greensboro’s Director of the Year. She was recognized for her outstanding service to the community at the 2015 YWCA Greensboro Annual Meeting.

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Payton, a shareholder at Ward Black Law, has been a member of the YWCA since 2014 and has served on the personnel committee and in the board’s fundraising efforts. She has also played an active role in planning the annual Johnathan W. Flowers Memorial Golf Tournament. At the meeting, YWCA CEO Lindy Garnette praised Payton for her willingness to give her time and recognized her efforts to make the Greensboro community a place for women to thrive.

“I’m honored,” said Payton, in response to receiving the award. “If you ask me, everyone on the YWCA Board of Directors is hardworking and dedicated to empowering women. It is humbling that they would designate me as Director of the Year.”

The YWCA is the oldest and largest multicultural women’s organization in the world. With 25 million members across the globe, it seeks to eliminate racism and empower women, building strong women leaders.

“Giving back to the Greensboro community is a part of our mission at Ward Black Law,” Payton explained. “I am thankful that the YWCA provides me with an avenue to make a difference for so many women.”

About Ward Black Law 

Ward Black Law, a 36-person firm located in Greensboro, is one of the largest woman-owned law firms in the state. The team provides a range of legal services to people in North Carolina. Practice areas include dangerous products litigation, divorce/family law, personal injury, Social Security disability, veterans disability, and workers’ compensation.  For more information, please visit www.wardblacklaw.com.


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November 5, 2015

10 Tips for Handling Your Divorce Case

Posted By: Ward Black Law

No one ever plans to go through a divorce. For this reason, when people realize that their marital issues cannot be resolved, they typically have little to no knowledge of how to handle their case. Furthermore, the emotional stress of ending a relationship can cloud logic, allowing important details to slip through the cracks.

Consider these ten tips for handling your divorce and successfully starting the next chapter of your life.


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