Top Waynesville Land Use & Zoning Lawyers - North Carolina

  • Service. Quality. Performance. Get to Know Us! At Coward, Hicks & Siler, P.A., we combine professional skill and a detailed understanding of our clients’ goals with a deep knowledge of our region. As a result, we deliver high quality, cost effective, responsive, and personal service. Established in Sylva in 1951, Coward, Hicks & Siler, P.A. is one of the most broadly-respected firms...

  • 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...

  • Founded in 1953, the law office of Patla, Straus, Robinson & Moore, P.A., has provided business owners and individuals across Western North Carolina with quality, cost-effective legal solutions. From offices centrally located near the Buncombe County courthouse in Asheville, the law firm provides counsel on a wide range of legal matters, including business and corporate law, real estate...

  • Founded in 1974, Conrad & Scherer, L.L.P., is a business and commercial litigation law firm in Brevard, North Carolina. Our client-driven approach is focused on helping those we represent to achieve effective solutions to the various legal challenges they may face over the lives of their companies. We offer the sophisticated support our clients need, so they can focus on the operation and...

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    Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, is dedicated to providing excellence in legal representation. Our firm offers a broad range of legal services to meet our clients' needs. Every client is extremely important to us, and we strive to give the assistance needed to obtain the best results possible....

  • Sigmon, Clark, Mackie, Hutton, Hanvey & Ferrell, PA, was founded in 1967. Over the years, we have developed into the premier law firm in the area. Our  North Carolina trial lawyers  are known for producing high-quality legal work and tenaciously representing their clients' best interests. We address a wide range of legal concerns from simple matters to highly complex legal issues. We...

  • The Jonas Law Firm, P.L.L.C., celebrates 100 years as a law firm in 2012. The firm's main office in Lincolnton, North Carolina, serves clients in the areas of real estate law, estate planning, probate, business formations and civil litigation. Many in our family of attorneys are related in some manner to one of the founding Jonas attorneys. We are now assisting second and third generations of...

  • Recognizing the importance of estate planning, our team at the law firm of Susan Williams Matthews, PLLC, provides focused counsel to clients in Conover, North Carolina, as well as throughout the Hickory metropolitan area. Offering customized guidance and personal attention, we are passionate about helping our clients protect their and their family's financial security. Our law firm knows that the...

  • Knox Law Center. Our law firm has thrived for more than 40 years by following a simple guiding principle: Create satisfied clients by achieving successful results. We give personal attention to understand your goals and then fight to get you where you want to be. Those on the other side of your situation (the insurance company, prosecutors/police, your spouse, the other corporation, etc.) must...

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  • Our law firm brings 78 years of legal advice and representation to citizens and business throughout North Carolina. We provide our clients the best of big and small firms -- big firm credentials and experience and small firm care, concern and creativity. Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas: Civil Litigation, including Condemnation, Zoning and Land Use, Personal Injury,...

  • Knox Law Center. Our law firm has thrived for more than 40 years by following a simple guiding principle: Create satisfied clients by achieving successful results. We give personal attention to understand your goals and then fight to get you where you want to be.   Those on the other side of your situation (the insurance company, prosecutors/police, your spouse, the other corporation,...

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