Tharrington Smith Welcomes Sonya DuBree to Family Law Practice

Sonya DuBreeRaleigh, N.C., February 22, 2024  Tharrington Smith, LLP is pleased to welcome attorney Sonya DuBree to their firm.  Sonya is bringing 30 years of legal experience to their highly respected family law practice.


A third generation Raleigh native, DuBree received her doctorate from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University and began her legal career at Marshall and DuBree, PLLC. She later founded her own practice, Raleigh Family Law, where she served hundreds of clients across thirteen years. DuBree comes to Tharrington Smith with the intention of focusing completely on that service, dedicating her talent and expertise to practicing law and supporting the firm’s many family law clients.


“I am honored to announce that I am now a practicing partner in the family law section of Tharrington Smith, LLP,” DuBree says. “I am excited that I will be surrounded by excellent attorneys, paralegals and other legal professionals! I’m really looking forward to this new endeavor!”


Tharrington Smith is proud to boast a thriving family law practice, recognized across the state as a leader in this area of law. The firm warmly welcomes Sonya to the firm, and they look forward to continuing their work with the help of their newest attorney.



About Tharrington Smith LLP:

The attorneys at Tharrington Smith, LLP pride themselves on providing the highest quality professional legal services available. The motto “we don’t deal with cases, we deal with people” is the foundation of their practice, and they have been building successful relationships in the state since 1964. Because of this, they have grown into a practice that reaches across North Carolina and have earned a reputation that spreads across the nation. Focusing on the core proficiencies of family law, education law, criminal defense, criminal tax defense, and civil litigation, Tharrington Smith, LLP has helped countless individuals, companies, and governmental boards find lasting resolutions to their legal issues in North Carolina for almost 60 years.