Top Candler ADR, Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers - North Carolina

  • 121 West Trade Street,Suite 2600 Charlotte NC 28202 35.227528 -80.84378

    Charlotte, North Carolina Law Firm | Caudle & Spears, P.A. Since 1973, the law firm of Caudle & Spears, P.A., has served a diverse group of businesses and individuals as clients throughout North and South Carolina. From the owners of closely held local businesses to Fortune 500 companies, from personal injury victims to families with estate planning or tax advice issues, Caudle &...

  • 1011 East Morehead Street,Suite 350 Charlotte NC 28204 35.21284 -80.84324

    If you have been the victim of a life-changing catastrophic injury or lost a loved one, it can be difficult to pick up the pieces of your life and move on. While money cannot possibly compensate you for your loss or injury, The Sasser Law Firm can help you to aggressively fight your personal injury claim for the financial compensation you need to move forward. The Sasser Law Firm is dedicated to...

  • 1515 Mockingbird Lane,Suite 4115 Charlotte NC 28209 35.167465 -80.84907

    When an individual hires a family law attorney, they are seeking guidance to navigate a trying time. At Regent Law, we understand how uniquely challenging these occasions can be. We are passionate about aiding our clients as they take measures to move forward with their lives. Serving Charlotte, North Carolina, and its surrounding communities, we offer committed and caring representation in the...

  • 14835 Ballantyne Village Way,Suite 225 Charlotte NC 28277 35.062977 -80.85591

    Kennedy Law Associates is one of the few dedicated family law firms in the south Charlotte area of North Carolina. The firm’s philosophy is to help our clients find a more civil and amicable way to divorce. Litigation is by nature an adversarial process. However, an adversarial approach can have a high emotional and financial cost. Our lawyers favor mediation and collaborative law as...

  • 10130 Mallard Creek Rd.,Suite 300 Charlotte NC 28262 35.33879 -80.76958

    The Robinson Law Group is a creative, modern business law firm with offices in Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA. Our firm provides high-quality, ethical, and affordable risk-based legal solutions and representation to entrepreneurs, small, and mid-sized businesses - in the following practice areas: Business Consulting & Strategic Planning Business Contracts & Transactions Copyrights...

  • 10150 Mallard Creek Road,Suite 105, Building 3 Charlotte NC 28262 35.33879 -80.76864

    Here at Kelli Y. Allen Immigration & Elder Law in Charlotte, North Carolina, we are fully prepared to help you with all of the pressing and sensitive legal issues you may have regarding immigration, elder law, and mediation. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout Mecklenburg County and the surrounding areas as well as immigrants from all over the world, our law firm's founder, attorney...

  • 380 Knollwood Street,Suite 305 Winston-salem NC 27103 36.090298 -80.28744

    When residents of Winston-Salem, North Carolina are facing criminal charges or criminal investigations, they rely on the lawyers at Beechler Tomberlin, PLLC for comprehensive representation.  Criminal convictions resulting in a criminal record may permanently affect employment options, educational opportunities, and financial endeavors.  The defense attorneys at Beechler Tomberlin appear...

  • 206 N. Spruce Street,Suite 1B Winston-salem NC 27101 36.095978 -80.24879

    Payne & Associates, PLLC, provides exceptional legal services when helping families in Forsyth County and the surrounding counties deal with the serious consequences of a family law or criminal matter. Attorneys Jennifer K. Payne and Jessica G. Armentrout routinely represent Triad-area families in contentious family law and divorce matters while making certain to address all of their needs and...

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