Top Arden Debtor-Creditor Lawyers - North Carolina

Our law firm, Gum, Hillier & McCroskey, P.A., handles complex family law and bankruptcy law cases from our Asheville, North Carolina, office. More and more often, divorces are resulting in bankruptcy, and few attorneys or law firms are capable of handling these cases without sending their clients for referral. We can help you and your family sort through your legal troubles from start to...

  • With a comprehensive litigation practice, Ferikes & Bleynat represents people in the Asheville, North Carolina, area. We handle cases that include real estate transactions, negligence, contract disputes, construction defects, foreclosure defense, consumer protection, defamation and business issues. Our attorneys – which include a mediator certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution...

  • Skilled Debt Relief And Bankruptcy Law Firm Located in Waynesville, North Carolina, the attorneys at Kight Law understand the complex nature of bankruptcy cases and business issues. We represent clients throughout Western North Carolina and help them understand their rights and what options are available to help them reduce their debt and achieve their financial goals.  Our attorneys have...

  • At The Schweppe Law Firm, P.A., we are committed to providing our clients with quality legal representation and superior service. Since the firm’s founding in 1973, we have established a reputation for integrity, professionalism and trusted service. We offer a general law practice to serve the legal needs of a diverse clientele. Our attorneys have more than 60 years of combined legal...

  • The Pendleton Law Firm, in Lincolnton began as a solo practice in 1958, focusing on wills, deeds, criminal defense and personal injury matters for the citizens of Lincoln County and western North Carolina. Today, more than 50 years later, our experienced family law and business law attorneys' dedication to excellence in representation is as strong as ever. Our efficient team approach can help you...

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  • Free consultation for Bankruptcy , Criminal , Personal Injury . Family Law and other practice areas require a $100 consultation fee. Only serving clients in Mecklenburg and Union Counties....

  • 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...

  • If you or your business organization is working through legal issues in or around Charlotte, North Carolina, it is important to partner with a legal team that will bring experience to help you reach a best-possible outcome for your unique circumstances. The law firm of McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC, was founded by enterprising attorneys whose goal is to always provide high-quality yet affordable...

  • Individuals and businesses in Monroe, North Carolina, can count on the law firm of Witt Law Firm P.A. for a wide range of legal services, including bankruptcy law, criminal law and family law. Our attorneys have years of experience in both the state and federal courts, allowing them to offer high-quality, yet cost-effective, legal representation throughout Mecklenburg, Union and Anson...

  • The law firm of Surratt & Thompson in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, offers a full range of services for a diverse base of clients. Serving residents in the Winston-Salem metro area and throughout the Piedmont Triad, we represent clients who have legal needs in the following practice areas: Incompetency and guardianship Estate planning and probate Special proceedings Real estate Corporate and...

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