Cassidy Johnson

Cassidy Johnson dedicates her practice to helping individuals going through divorce, child custody, or other family issues. Cassidy graduated with her juris doctorate from the University of Arkansas located in Fayetteville, AR. A Wilkesboro, NC native, Cassidy returned to North Carolina to take the NC Bar Exam and passed in 2012. Prior to attending law school, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Coker College in Hartsville, SC where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and minors in Business and Mathematics. She was also a four year member of the Cobra Women’s Tennis Team.

From a young age, Cassidy knew she wanted to work in the legal professional. Upon becoming a licensed NC attorney she practiced in the areas of creditor’s rights and civil litigation. However, representing families in crisis is where she wanted to assist clients. Since 2014, Cassidy has focused her practice in the areas of divorce, child custody and support, modifications, spousal support, property division, adoption, and domestic violence. She enjoys working closely with her clients, and in working with her clients, Cassidy’s prospective is to understand her client’s reasons, identify with what results they desire, and truly grasp the financial issues regarding real property, retirement, business and overall asset division. Despite being a zealous advocate for her client’s inside the courtroom, she is also a proponent of a route that is less costly, both financially and emotionally. Settlement is explored when it meets the client’s needs.

Working with people struggling with family law issues means Cassidy has the opportunity to truly help people. The issues are not “just business” or a simple dispute about money. It is about people’s lives, their futures, and making sure that the ones they love are taken care of – and the client’s Cassidy works with know her work matters.

Cassidy is married with a son and daughter who are her world. Outside of spending time with her family Cassidy enjoys traveling and playing tennis.

Bar Admissions

  • State of North Carolina, 2012


  • JD – University of Arkansas, 2012
  • CA – Coker College, 2009


  • North Carolina Bar Association, Family Law Section
  • Pitt County Bar Association
  • North Carolina State Bar