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Elizabeth Moser
Lead Litigator

About Elizabeth Moser, Lead Litigator

By practicing family law, Greensboro divorce attorney Elizabeth Moser is able to help people and families when they need it most.

“I am able to assist people that are going through some of the most difficult times they have ever encountered, and am able to make a difference in their lives and in the lives of their children,” Ms. Moser said.

Ms. Moser’s compassionate nature enables her to understand how painful many family issues are for her clients, and she is willing to put in the hard work that is necessary to ensure the best possible outcome.

While Ms. Moser is a zealous and supportive advocate for her clients, she also doesn’t sugarcoat anything about their case. By maintaining a clear channel of communication, she keeps them informed about what they can realistically expect.

“It is important that my clients understand that I am always going, to be honest, and upfront with them about my expectations for their case,” Ms. Moser said. “That means that sometimes what I say may not be what they want to hear. However, I believe that realistic expectations are crucial in decision-making throughout the pendency of the case.”

Licenses

Ms. Moser is licensed in North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.

Education

Ms. Moser received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida. She earned her Juris Doctor from the Florida Coastal School of Law.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Moser practiced family law exclusively in Savannah, Ga., for seven years. She also worked for a personal injury firm in Daytona Beach, Fla., following law school and has some experience in juvenile law from interning with the Florida Department of Children & Families while in law school.

Associations

  • The North Carolina Bar
  • The State Bar of Georgia
  • The Florida Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice

Publication

Ms. Moser was a staff editor for the Florida Coastal Law Review while in law school. She received a number of writing awards while in school (best brief award and an essay on Legal Professionalism that won the school competition and was entered into a national competition on behalf of Florida Coastal).

Real-Life Experiences
Reviews from Our Past Clients
  • “It took years for me to come to a decision to end my marriage. I sought a law firm that is focused and prepared for trial if need be, and seeks to give me the best outcome possible. Cordell and Cordell has performed very well and is very supportive during this difficult time. I have full confidence in my representation and recommend them.”
    – Mason B.
  • “Divorce is hard enough without trying to find a Lawyer who will truly work for you. I had several conversations with Lawyers that seemed only interested in winning somehow. No one wins in a divorce. I should have went to Cordell & Cordell first so I would have avoided a lot of headaches. I met a group of people that genuinely care for you.”
    – Mark L.
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