Marc Sokol is an experienced courtroom litigator and board certified family law specialist. A native of New York City, he received a Juris Doctor degree from Brooklyn Law School. Marc earned his license to practice law in New York in 1980 and in North Carolina in 1982.
Marc has been recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers as a Super Lawyer in Family Law (2008 – 2020) and has been selected by The Best Lawyers in America for inclusion in their list as one of the best lawyers in America in multiple years. He is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
Marc is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association. He has served on the Domestic Court Rules Committee for Wake County, the Equitable Distribution subcommittee of the Family Law section of the North Carolina Bar Association and the North Carolina Supreme Court Commission on Alternate Dispute Resolution. He has served two terms on the Executive Council of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Family Law Section. He has served as a continuing legal education speaker for the North Carolina Bar Association, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice and the Wake Forest University School of Law, lecturing on issues such as handling expert witnesses in custody trials, evidentiary issues in equitable distribution cases and managing alimony cases.
Marc is an active member of the community. He has previously served as President of the Beth Meyer Synagogue, Vice President for Community Affairs at the Wake County Jewish Federation, and as a member of the Board of Directors for the Lucy Daniels Child Development Center.
MARC SOKOL’S AREAS OF PRACTICE: Equitable Distribution | Spousal Support and Alimony | Separation Agreements | Divorce and Annulment | Child Custody | Child Support | Emancipation | Marital Agreements | Family Law Appeals | Marital Torts
PARALEGAL: Crystal Currie
What Our Clients Say About Marc Sokol
Marc is a skilled courtroom tactician and strategist.”
Marc was very skilled in final negotiations and keeping my interests as a priority.”
Marc will tell you what you need to hear and not what you want to hear. His advice allowed me to better understand my options and the processes involved in resolving child custody disputes. He was an excellent advocate in the courtroom and knew how to effectively argue on my behalf.”
He is sensitive to those issues that are important to fathers who desire to have a strong relationship with their children while at the same time recognizing that most children will benefit from having a strong relationship with each parent. He is a class act all the way.”