Top North Wilkesboro Real Estate Lawyers - North Carolina

  • Attorneys at the law firm of Vannoy, Colvard, Triplett & Vannoy, PLLC have been providing clients in Wilkesboro and northwestern North Carolina with professional legal services for civil and criminal law matters since 1968. Today, our law firm continues this tradition and remains as committed as ever to meeting the broadest possible range of legal needs by providing knowledgeable advice and...

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    The Law Office of Harbinson & Brzykcy is dedicated to providing the highest quality legal services at a reasonable cost. We have been engaged in a general trial practice of law in Alexander County since 1979. Our goal is to handle your legal matter with the utmost service and professionalism. If you have questions about a legal matter, phone for a free consultation. Our areas of emphasis...

  • Johnston & Johnston, P.L.L.C. is a general practice firm and represents clients throughout Jefferson, North Carolina, and surrounding counties in real estate law and in everyday legal matters such as criminal defense, traffic violations, contracts, simple wills and civil litigation. The law firm handles a wide range of real estate issues, including closing disclosures and closing-related...

  • As a full-service law firm, Deal, Moseley & Smith LLP handles every aspect of estate planning matters, commercial and residential real estate, business litigation, and family law cases for people in the Boone, North Carolina, area. Our attorneys have decades of litigation and negotiation experience, having represented clients in both state and federal courts. On staff, we have a former...

  • 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,...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Providing The Support You And Your Family Require And Deserve The law firm of Raven M. Barron, PLLC, works diligently to help you resolve a myriad of different legal matters. Serving the families of Hickory, North Carolina, and the surrounding areas, you can benefit from the experience and knowledge of Ms. Barron whether you look to adopt a child, create a comprehensive estate plan, buy or sell a...

  • 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,...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Welcome to the site of Bames, Grimes, Bunce & Fraley, PLLC. We are a full service law firm located in Lexington, North Carolina. Since 1986, we have provided our clients with legal representation in all areas of civil and cirminal practice. We strive to provide the most "up-to-date", efficient representation with professionalism and personal service. We invite you to learn more about us...

  • Lancaster and St. Louis, PLLC - Concord, North Carolina, Family Law Attorneys Founded in Concord in 2010, the law firm of Lancaster and St. Louis, PLLC, provides quality legal counsel and effective representation for clients in Cabarrus County, Mecklenburg County and Rowan County, North Carolina. Attorneys LeAnn Lancaster and Hilary St. Louis take an energetic and creative approach to helping...

  • Divorce is a personal, emotional, and difficult time for families, which is why Concord lawyer Aimee E. Cain offers compassionate and effective approaches to family law matters. At the Law Offices of Aimee E. Cain, our goal is to obtain the best results possible for our clients so they may confidently move forward to the next stage in their lives. Providing our clients with skilled representation...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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 &...

  • 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....

  • 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,...

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