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Louisburg Criminal Litigation Law Firm
With roots in the community that date back to the 1930's, the law firm of Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law, enjoys a long history of success in the courtroom, respect from our legal peers and satisfaction from our clients. Our current partners have provided personalized and aggressive representation with a foundation of extensive legal knowledge since 1973.
Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law, is a full-service law firm operated by longtime area residents committed to the best outcomes for our clients. We focus on the following areas of practice:
- Personal injury claims, including car accidents
- Real estate transactions and litigation
- Business law, including formation and litigation
- Criminal defense, including drunk driving charges and traffic violations
- Divorce and other areas of family law
- Estate planning, including wills, trusts and probate
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About Davis, Sturges & Tomlinson, Attorneys at Law
- Criminal Litigation 35%
- Real Estate 35%
- Civil Litigation 15%
- Family Law 15%
- Personal Injury
- AV Rating
- Franklin County
- Union Bank
- Franklin County Board of Education
- Louisburg College
- First Citizens Bank
- Branch Banking & Trust
- Toney Lumber Co
- Cynthia Batton, Receptionist
- Beth Gordon, Paralegal
- Phyllis Davis, Paralegal
Accepts Credit Cards
101 Church StreetP.O. Drawer 708 Louisburg, NC 27549- 2528
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