Anna Gray LeBlanc’s practice is dedicated to family law, representing clients for matters such as child custody, child support, equitable distribution, post-separation support, alimony, contempt, breach of contract/specific performance, separation agreements and premarital agreements. Anna Gray works diligently with clients to make sure they obtain the best possible settlement and is a keen believer that family law issues should be resolved by ensuring that the client has control over the outcome. She encourages clients to work hard to resolve issues through mediation, collaborative law sessions, and settlement meetings, but she diligently litigates cases that cannot be settled.
Born and raised in Lincolnton, North Carolina, as one of four children, Anna Gray feels fortunate enough to have been raised by long-married parents in a home full of books, art, and music. As a Magna Cum Laude graduate from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology, she is greatly interested in traveling and other cultures. Anna Gray understands the importance of stability in the home and is dedicated to helping families smoothly navigate the turbulence of divorce.
Additionally, Anna Gray is a graduate of the NITA Family Trial Advocacy Institute, which admits only 40 students each year, and she has honed her skills from this program in the courtroom.
- Panelist, Professionalism for New Attorneys, hosted by the Mecklenburg County Bar (2017)
- Speaker, Divorce Law: Common Mistakes in Dividing Assets, hosted by the National Business Institute, Inc. (2017)
- Speaker, North Carolina Managing Partners Summit, hosted by Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance (2018)