Top Brevard Administrative Lawyers - North Carolina

  • 81 Central Avenue Asheville NC 28801 35.60205 -82.54957

    At Westall Gray & Connolly PA, in Asheville, North Carolina, the attorneys in our law firm focus on estate planning, probate administration and elder law. We know that eventually, we all grow old. We believe strongly that the sooner people begin planning for the future and for their retirement years, the easier their life will be for them and their families, particularly as they age. We...

  • 101 North McDowell Street,Suite 104 Charlotte NC 28204 35.2209 -80.83477

    The Law Office of Christopher A. Connelly is a full-service criminal defense firm. We are dedicated to vigorously representing our clients who are presently charged, or may be charged in the future, with a criminal or traffic matter. Mr. Connelly has been Certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a Specialist in State Criminal Law. Of the several thousand lawyers in the Mecklenburg County Bar,...

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    1201 G. Green Oaks Ln. Charlotte NC 28205 35.211834 -80.798134

    At the Law Offices of Timothy J. Pavone in Charlotte, North Carolina, our mission is to help people who have suffered personal injury secure compensation. Our practice also handles criminal and Social Security Disability cases. No matter the circumstances, we are prepared to go to trial or negotiate a fair outcome for our clients. As a small practice, we are able to give people the personalized...

  • 113 N. Center Street,Suite 200 Statesville NC 28677 35.785004 -80.88873

    The Pope McMillan, P.A. law firm has been serving Iredell County since 1915. Our attorneys represent clients in personal injury, civil litigation, social security disability, workers compensation, family law, business law, land use and zoning, real estate and estate planning and administration among other areas of practice. We practice in many areas of law and often handle cases such as: Civil...

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