Top Whiteville Divorce Lawyers - North Carolina

  • Hester, Grady & Hester P.L.L.C. was founded in Elizabethtown NC in 1926 by R.J. Hester. Our law firm has been providing dedicated, experienced legal advice and counsel to Bladen County, Brunswick County, Columbus County, Robeson County and New Hanover County NC for over eighty years. The same principles on which our firm was founded still apply today and are a core aspect of our approach with...

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  •   Attorney Jonathan Moody founded our Shallotte law firm, Moody Law Office, PLLC, after returning to his native North Carolina after law school. Since the establishment of our firm, Mr. Moody has focused his efforts entirely on protecting the rights of accused individuals and those facing delicate family law challenges. Thanks to his determination and reputation, clients from throughout...

  • The Law Office of L. Bryan Smith, P.C., is a well-established local-area law firm in Wilmington, North Carolina. At our firm, we provide outstanding legal representation in family law, criminal defense and personal injury. Since 1994, our clients have turned to us to surmount significant legal obstacles. Our clients trust us to protect their future, whether it involves the emotional and financial...

  • The Law Office of Zachary S. Rivenbark in Burgaw, North Carolina, offers area residents the opportunity to work with a well-prepared hometown attorney. The law firm handles a variety of legal practice areas, including criminal defense, family law, personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death and estate planning.  Born and raised in Burgaw, lawyer Zachary S. Rivenbark is both...

  • During the hardest times of your life, you can count on the law firm of Christina Rivenbark & Associates to be there to help. Since 1987, people throughout southeastern North Carolina have counted on our Wilmington-based law firm for strong legal representation in criminal cases and assured guidance in obtaining workers' compensation and Social Security Disability benefits. Strong Defense...

  • Our Hope Mills law office of Smith, Dickey & Dempster P.A. is here to provide residents of Cumberland County and surrounding areas of southeastern North Carolina with quality legal counsel. For over 40 years, our law firm has successfully represented clients in a diverse range of practice areas, including: •         Workers' compensation...

  • Our law firm, Smith, Dickey & Dempster P.A., in Fayetteville, North Carolina, is dedicated to providing clients in Fayetteville, Sanford, Lumberton, Hope Mills, Southern Pines and all of southeastern North Carolina with high-quality legal representation. Since 1973, our law firm has maintained a client-centered focus in the following practice areas:...

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  • When you need quality legal representation in Fayetteville, North Carolina, regarding matters of family law and criminal law, you get an effective, experienced team at the law office of Devan & Null, Attorneys at Law. Also serving all of Cumberland County, our attorneys recognize the toll that family law issues can take on families and children, and we work to resolve your case quickly and...

  • At Hardin Law Firm PLLC, our sole focus is helping families in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and the surrounding area through legal issues ranging from divorce to alimony to grandparents' rights. We bring more than a decade of experience to our practice, where we handle the following family law cases: Military divorce Child support and child custody Alimony and property division The founder of our...

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  • Located in Hampstead, North Carolina, the Kaemmer Law Firm, PLLC, offers a comprehensive range of family law services to help our clients as they work through some of life's most difficult and emotional legal challenges. Serving families throughout Pender County and Onslow County, our law firm provides the personalized assistance and compassionate support our clients deserve when dealing with any...

  • The firm of Hayes, Williams, Turner & Daughtry P.A., originally Stewart & Hayes P.A., was formed in 1969 by D.K. Stewart (1921-1995) and Gerald W. Hayes Jr. Heather Hayes Willaims joined the firm in 1994, Doug Turner join in 1997, and Parrish Hayes Daughtry became a member in 2000. The firm concentrates on personal injury, automobile accidents, criminal law, motor vehicle law, real estate,...

  • At Baker Law Firm we offer a personal approach to family law. We handle all aspects of family law, to include divorce, child custody, child support, alimony and property division. We have experience with military divorce and dealing with those issues that are specific to our military personnel.  Attorney Baker has also received training, as well as experience, as a family law mediator as well...

  • Buzzard Law Firm: Your Trusted Lawyers Serving Clients In Harnett County and Throughout North Carolina For individuals, families and businesses in our local communities, Buzzard Law Firm can handle virtually all of your legal needs. Buzzard Law Firm has over two decades of trial experience handling complex personal injury, wrongful death and criminal trial matters. No case is too big or too small...

  • For nearly 20 years, our attorneys at the Law Offices of Jason Ora Wunsch have offered dedicated personal injury representation to people in Lillington and throughout the state of North Carolina. When people are injured due to the negligent or careless actions of another person, group or company, our team works to help them achieve financial justice. For the convenience of our clients, our law...

  • Located in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Lanier, Fountain, Ceruzzi & Sabbah, Attorneys at Law, offers a full range of legal services in a variety of practice areas in order to help individuals, families and business owners with all of their most important and serious legal issues. Serving the Jacksonville metro area, Onslow County, Camp Lejeune and the surrounding communities of Eastern North...

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