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  • At Parton & Associates we understand that on the road to where you're going, there are a variety of speed bumps, obstacles and detours. Our legal team partners with clients to identify and tailor solutions to the stressful challenges that come when facing criminal and traffic charges or litigating business and financial issues and provide experienced advice on how to avoid future...

  • 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 &...

  • At our Charlotte, North Carolina, law firm of Rawls, Scheer, Clary & Mingo, PLLC, we provide individuals and businesses thorough legal representation in multiple practice areas, including personal injury and criminal defense. Victims and their families deserve the best medical coverage and compensation possible when they are recovering from catastrophic injuries or coping with the loss of...

  • Based in Gastonia, North Carolina, A. Douglas Robinson, Attorney at Law serves Gaston County and the surrounding area. Our law firm focuses on civil litigation, real estate law and landlord-tenant issues. We provide diligent advocacy and pursue the best possible results for our clients. Our law firm is led by A. Douglas Robinson, a Gastonia native who has been in legal practice for more than 20...

  • Attorney Anthony Burts II is the founder of our Charlotte and Hickory law firm, Burts Law, PLLC. Since founding our firm, Mr. Burts has focused his efforts on representing the interests of clients from throughout southwestern North Carolina who have legal needs in the following areas: Criminal law Family law Personal injury law Mr. Burts chose our law firm's practice areas because he believes...

  • Serving Shelby, North Carolina, as well as all of Cleveland County and the surrounding areas, the attorneys at King Law provide high-quality, dependable legal representation to individuals, families, business owners and local governments throughout our community. With 12 office locations in North and South Carolina and 16 experienced attorneys on staff, our law firm is one of the largest...

  • Experienced North Carolina Litigation Law Firm At Morgan, Herring, Morgan, Green, & Rosenblutt LLP, we are a full-service law firm with the experience and the qualifications needed to provide effective and efficient legal counsel across a broad spectrum of legal matters. Founded in 1942 by J.V. Morgan, our staff of lawyers now includes partners James F. Morgan, James M. Green, Jr., and David...

  • Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas: Criminal Defense, DWI, DUI, Traffic Violations, Misdemeanor, Felony, Drug Crimes, Expungements, White Collar Crime, Real Estate, Landlord and Tenant....

  • 1. Rutherfordton, NC With 12 law offices located across North and South Carolina, King Law offers a full range of legal services aimed at helping individuals, families and business owners with virtually any legal need they may have. From our office in Rutherfordton, North Carolina, the attorneys at our law firm serve clients throughout Rutherford County and the surrounding areas who have legal...

  • Having an experienced legal representative on your side from the Surry County, North Carolina, office of Royster & Royster, Attorneys at Law, can make a difference in the issues you are facing. We work to achieve results through the personal service, dedication and care we extend to every one of our clients. We handle a variety of legal matters with confidence, including personal injury,...

  • Having an experienced legal representative on your side from the Surry County, North Carolina, office of Royster & Royster, Attorneys at Law, can make a difference in the issues you are facing. We work to achieve results through the personal service, dedication and care we extend to every one of our clients. We handle a variety of legal matters with confidence, including personal injury,...

  • 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...

  • Handling a range of civil and criminal law matters, the team at Richardson Law Firm in Durham, North Carolina, has more than two decades of experience navigating just about every branch of the legal system. The firm's lawyers guide clients through a variety of criminal offenses. To best accommodate clients, Richardson Law Firm offers free consutations for Traffic & Criminal cases. Civil,...

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    I am attorney Alexander Brick, and from my law firm, Brick Law Office in Raleigh, North Carolina, I strive to provide the highest level of advocacy and support possible to those facing virtually any type of legal challenge. Serving clients throughout Wake County and the surrounding areas, I am also licensed to practice in Florida, so I can represent your rights and interests in federal court...

  • Lawyers Who Think Outside the Box Triangle Law Group was founded by Laurie B. Gengo, a former partner at a large North Carolina law firm who is also a licensed real estate broker. The core values of Triangle Law Group are to provide large firm results in a small firm environment. Attorneys at Triangle Law Group take an "outside the box" approach to practicing law and attempt to resolve legal...

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