Top Whiteville Trusts 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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  • 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,...

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    Focusing on tax audit defense, the law firm of Webb & Morton PLLC proudly serves clients in Aberdeen, North Carolina, and throughout the surrounding areas. We offer smart advice, taking a creative approach to the tried and true methods in order to help our clients reach the best possible outcomes to their cases. Receiving notice that they are being audited by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service...

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    At Kelly & West Attorneys. P.A., our law office is there to help clients find favorable agreements to an array of legal issues. From our location in Lillington, North Carolina, our personal injury attorneys advocate for victims of car, truck and bicycle accidents. We have successfully secured settlements for people hurt by defective products, dog bites, medical malpractice, nursing home...

  • Our attorneys advise and represent discerning clients in the following areas of practice: Business and Commercial Law; Estate Planning and Probate; and Real Estate. The issues and opportunities our clients face demand a detailed knowledge of the specific areas of law in which our clients' needs arise. Our attorneys, with a combined experience of more than 60 years, are up to the task. Our...

  • The Breeden Law Office represents people who are dealing with a family matter or have been charged with a crime. We serve Angier, Garner and Raleigh, North Carolina, as well as Harnett, Johnston and Wake counties. Aggressive advocates, we take our clients’ issues seriously and are committed to helping them through every step of the legal process. Regardless of how amicable a separation or divorce...

  • With nearly 20 years of experience in local courts, Attorney Jonathan Breeden can help with civil and criminal legal issues throughout Smithfield and Johnston County. Breeden Law Office has extensive experience with domestic issues as well as criminal defense. Attorney Jonathan Breeden understands how stressful legal issues can be for anyone. He provides in-depth knowledge about how to obtain a...

  • At Mast Law Firm, we have a tradition of excellence dating back to our founding in Smithfield in 1962. Today, more than 50 years later, our team of eight experienced attorneys, headed by our founder, George B. Mast, work to continue to provide high-quality legal services to the residents of Johnston and Wake counties and the surrounding areas in eastern North Carolina who have legal needs related...

  • From our office in Garner, North Carolina, the Breeden Law Office provides legal services in matters concerning criminal defense, family law, business law and estate planning. We believe that every person has legal rights, and we are passionate about protecting those rights whether someone is contesting a prenuptial agreement or is facing drug possession charges. Our law office founder, Jonathan...

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    Matheson Law Office, PLLC: Diligently Representing Those In Need Since opening our doors in 2010, Matheson Law Office, PLLC, has protected the rights and interests of clients in Raleigh and throughout North Carolina. Our team has worked with hundreds of individuals, families and businesses in a wide variety of practice areas. Whether helping clients fight back against criminal charges or working...

  • At Tharrington Smith we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality professional legal services available. Our motto “we don’t deal with cases, we deal with people” is the foundation of our practice. Since its founding in 1964, Tharrington Smith has grown into a practice that reaches across the state, and has earned a reputation that spreads across the nation. Our attorneys focus on the core...

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    For more than 30 years, Kelly & West Attorneys. P.A., has helped people in Raleigh, North Carolina, approach their legal challenges with confidence. Our law office offers defense for traffic tickets and misdemeanor DWI allegations. We understand that a criminal charge can follow people around for years, hindering their livelihood and ability to find employment. That is why we work tirelessly...

  • As the owner and founder of the Breeden Law Office, Jonathan Breeden has nearly two decades of experience handling cases in the Wake County local courts and throughout the state of North Carolina. Whether your specific legal issue involves civil or criminal law, he can help. As an experienced and well-respected attorney in the Raleigh area, Jonathan Breeden understands how important it is to have...

  • Kratt Dedmond & Associates PLLC is a Raleigh law firm established to provide legal services in a wide range of practice areas to individuals, families and businesses in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and across North Carolina's Piedmont region. Our firm's three experienced attorneys provide guidance, representation and legal advice to clients with needs in the following areas:...

Need help with a Trust?

You've come to the right place. If you want to structure your heirs' inheritance, a trusts lawyer can help.

Trusts lawyers can help you manage your assets by placing property into trusts for purposes like reducing estate taxes, avoiding probate, and dictating how heirs get assets.

Use FindLaw to hire a local trusts lawyer to prepare a trust tailored to your circumstances like living trusts -- also known as revocable trusts or family trusts -- charitable trusts, and special needs trusts.


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