Kim R. Bonuomo


Allman Spry Davis Leggett & Crumpler, P.A.


Allman Spry Davis Leggett & Crumpler, PA
380 Knollwood Street, Ste 700
Winston-Salem NC, 27103
Phone: 336-722-2300
Fax: 336-722-2382


Attorney Kim R. Bonuomo has practiced law for more than 25 years, having spent 20 of those years exclusively in family law. Kim R. Bonuomo strives to facilitate respectful and equitable resolutions of complex financial, family, and emotional issues on behalf of her clients. Her primary goal is to assist her clients in moving through a difficult situation to a better place. When family law litigation is the only alternative, Ms. Bonuomo demonstrates her prowess as a strong, determined, and passionate advocate for her clients.

Ms. Bonuomo is a North Carolina State Bar board certified specialist in family law.


Practice emphasizes Traditional Family Law Client Representation and Litigation



  • Forsyth, North Carolina

Legal Organizations

Fellow, American College of Family Trial Lawyers, 2019; North Carolina Bar Association; Past Chair and Officer, Family Law Council; North Carolina State Bar Association Chair, CLE Committee, Family Law Council; Chair, Domestic Violence Ad Hoc Committee, Family Law Council; Pennsylvania Bar Association; Minnesota State Bar Association; Hennepin County Bar Association.


North Carolina Super Lawyers, 2006, 2008, 2009; A/V Rated Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell, 2019; Ritter Award of Honesty, Integrity and Character, University of Virginia, 1987; Phi Beta Kappa; Numerous Military Decorations; Minnesota Super Lawyers, 2013

CLE Presentations

Spousal Maintenance and Retirement, Family Law Institute 2012; Parenting Children of Divorce, Family Life Council, Greensboro, NC — 2004 – 2008; Managing a Child Support Case, Basics of Family Law, North Carolina Bar Association — 2002, 2004, 2008; Child Support Motions, North Carolina Family Law Special Seminar — 2007; Twists and Turns in Child Support, Family Law Specialists Seminar, 2007; Post Separation Support and Alimony, Wake Forest Family Law Litigation CLE — 1998


MSBA Family Law Forum, Winter 2012, Spousal Maintenance and Retirement: How to Advise Clients in a Post-Lee v. Lee World

AAML Chapter

North Carolina