Chelsea Peele


Chelsea Peele is a seasoned family law attorney with over a decade of experience serving the Guilford County, NC community. A proud graduate of Elon University School of Law, Class of 2010, Chelsea has honed her skills and knowledge to become a trusted advocate for her clients. Throughout her career, she has dedicated herself to helping individuals navigate the complexities of family law, from divorce and child custody to alimony and property division.

Chelsea’s professional journey includes significant tenure at the nationally recognized firm Cordell and Cordell, where she represented clients with empathy and diligence. Her comprehensive understanding of family law, combined with her commitment to personalized client service, has earned her a reputation for excellence and reliability.

In addition to her professional achievements, Chelsea has been an active member of the local legal community. She served as the Secretary of the Greensboro Bar Association, where she contributed to the growth and development of the legal profession in the region. Chelsea’s involvement in the Bar Association reflects her dedication to both her peers and the broader community.

Chelsea is passionate about empowering her clients through challenging times, providing them with the guidance and support they need to achieve favorable outcomes. Her approach is characterized by a deep understanding of the emotional and legal intricacies of family law, ensuring that each client’s unique needs are met with compassion and expertise.

Outside of her legal practice, Chelsea is committed to continuing her education and staying current with the latest developments in family law. She regularly participates in professional development opportunities and legal seminars, ensuring that her clients benefit from the most up-to-date legal strategies and insights.

Chelsea Peele’s dedication to her clients, her profession, and her community makes her a valuable asset to our law firm and a trusted advocate for those in need of family law services.