Constantinou Law Group 120 East Parrish Street
Suite 300, Law Building
Durham, NC 27701-3346
Phone: (919) 683-1302
Fax: (919) 682-5091
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About Constantinou Law Group

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John Constantinou began practicing in 1981 and established the Constantinou Law Group, P.A. in 1987. His sister Catherine Constantinou joined John in 1993. It is through our paralegal staff that we are able to offer Spanish translation for our spanish speaking clients.

As attorneys, we pride ourselves on providing superior consultation. We give our clients a lot of information, so that, working together, we can make the best decision in each particular case. We're energetic and hard-working lawyers who are dedicated to get you the best results possible. We understand the emotional needs, as well as legal concerns, of those with personal injuries and of families who may have lost a loved one in an accidental death. We empathize with the effects of divorce on parents as they attempt to reach equitable custody and visitation agreements, as well as property distribution.

John Constantinou Catherine Constantinou

John Constantinou

John is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and North Carolina Central University School of Law where he was editor of the Law Journal and clerked with the North Carolina Governor's Office. A native North Carolinian, he has been a member of the Durham County Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, and the  North Carolina Advocates of Justice for over 25 years.  

John is active within his community, supporting such groups as ACRA, John Avery Boys and Girls club, Salvation Army, and St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church. John remains active as an alum with North Carolina Central University School of Law.

Catherine Constantinou

Catherine is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and North Carolina Central University School of Law and has been a member of the Durham County bar for almost twenty years.

She has been an organizing member of the Durham County Family Bar and was honored to serve as its co president on two occasions. She aided in the drafting of the current Family Bar Juvenile Rules. She is an involved member of the North Carolina Bar Association Family Law Division, serving on the Children Issues, Equitable Distribution and Alimony committees.