Carly G. Baker
My passion is being a zealous advocate for clients in crisis.
Carly G. Baker
Carly Baker is a lifelong North Carolinian. After growing up on the coast, she spent seven years in Chapel Hill attending the University of North Carolina where she earned both her Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication and minoring in History. Carly was admitted to practice law in North Carolina in 2017. Whether it’s a domestic violence matter, a custody battle, or a tough marital property division, her passion, tenacity and interpersonal skills make her an effective negotiator and competitive litigator.
Carly knew family law was a perfect fit early in law school while interning at a small family law firm in her hometown of Jacksonville, North Carolina. It was during her internship that she first learned to work diligently toward a settlement while simultaneously preparing for trial if needed. Since then, she has dedicated her practice to family and domestic violence law and exclusively practices in these areas. Thanks to her background in service and community outreach, Carly finds working with clients in crisis, both in the courtroom and in negotiations, extremely rewarding, and it has become her passion. She takes pride in being a zealous advocate for clients who are going through trying times in their lives.
In her free time, you can find Carly cheering on the Tar Heels, playing soccer, or trying out new restaurants in the Triangle area. In addition to practicing family law, Carly attends Newhope Church in Durham, serves as co‑chair for the Public Service Committee for the Young Lawyers Division of the Wake County Bar Association., and serves as a volunteer attorney in the Wake County Domestic Violence Custody Court.