Marcia High Armstrong


The Armstrong Law Firm, P.A.


602 S Third Street PO Box 27
Smithfield NC, 27577
Phone: (919) 934-1575
Fax: (919) 934-1846


Marcia Armstrong is a partner in The Armstrong Law Firm, P.A., in Smithfield, North Carolina. She was admitted to practice in North Carolina in 1983 after receiving her bachelor's degree in 1980 from Salem College and her J.D. degree from Wake Forest University in 1983.


Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation


Legal Organizations

N.C. State Bar Certified Famliy Law Specialist since 1989; Memember of Americal Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers since 1993 and current President of the N.C. Chapter; N.C. State Bar Councilor for Judical District 11B; Past Chair & Current Member of the N.C. Bar Association's Family Law Section; N.C. State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education; Past President- Johnston County Bar Association and the Eleventh Judicial District Bar; Former Member of the N.C. Bar association Board of Governors; Current member N.C. Bar Association's Family Law Section's Continuing Legal Education Committee.


N.C, Bar association Distinguished Service Award; N.C. Association of Women Attorneys Gwyneth B. Davis Award; N.C. Bar Association Citizen Lawyer Award; Recognized as a "Super Lawyer" by Charlotte Magazine and "Best Lawyers in America" by Martindale-Hubbell.

CLE Presentations

Served as as Adjunct Professor a the University of N.C. School of Law; Frequent Speaker and Course Planner at Continuing Legal Education Programs Sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Foundation; Lectured on Various Family Law Related Topics at Wake Forest University School of Law and the University of North Carolina School of Law: Presenter at several AAML Arbtiration Workshops in N.C. and In Maryland and Massachusetts.


Manuscripts and Articles on Various topics Including Jurisdiction Problems in Interstate Custody Cases, Intensive Children's Issues, How to Try a Domestic Case, Strategies in Handling Child Custody Cases, Alimony Trial Preparation Effect of Reconciliation on Separation Agreements and Property Settlements, Attorney Fees Provisions In Agreements, Tax Consequences of Equitable Distribution, Distribution Factors in Equitable Distribution, Classification of Assests in Equitable Distribution, Managing on Equitable Distribution Case, Arbitration, Ethics and Professionalism.

AAML Chapter

President North Carolina Chapter.