Speed, North Carolina Agricultural Lawyers

Charles Rountree III
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Tarboro, NC Agricultural Law Attorney with 39 years experience
(252) 823-3183 309 N. Main St.
Tarboro, NC 27886
Agricultural, Construction, Insurance Claims and Real Estate
Wake Forest University School of Law
I am a native of Pitt County, North Carolina. After completing college I was commissioned in the US Navy and served as an Assistant Supply Officer during three deployments aboard the USS Independence (CV-62). I have an interest in politics, the law, history, the Episcopal Church and in Eastern North Carolina.
Jason Page
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WILSON, NC Agricultural Law Attorney with 13 years experience
(252) 289-9800 117 Pine Street NE
P.O. Box 1724
WILSON, NC 27894
Agricultural, Business, Elder and Estate Planning
Campbell University
I protect families and businesses by helping them manage, preserve and transfer their assets. My practice is focused in the areas of estate planning, business law and real estate. My goal is to give my clients the peace of mind that they are protected from whatever risks they face.

I am also a Registered Forester and a Certified Forester. I work with forest landowners, farmers, consulting foresters, timber companies, loggers, and other forestry and agriculture related businesses.

The majority of my practice is proactive planning. However, I also have significant litigation experience involving real estate, timber, trust, estate, and business...
Oriental, NC Agricultural Law Attorney
106 Starboard Cir
Oriental, NC 28571
Agricultural, Estate Planning, Personal Injury and Real Estate
Clark D Tew
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Statesville, NC Agricultural Law Attorney with 8 years experience
(704) 873-2131 113 N. Center St.
Suite 200
Statesville, NC 28677
Agricultural, Business, Civil Rights and Employment
Wake Forest University School of Law
Clark is dedicated to providing his clients with the highest quality representation in civil litigation, employment matters, and appeals without losing sight of small town values or the bottom line.

After earning his juris doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law in 2010, Clark started working in Iredell County. He handles a variety of complex civil litigation cases, including business disputes, real property conflicts, insurance and subrogation claims, contract lawsuits, and employment matters. Throughout his career, Clark has represented clients in the trial and appellate courts of North Carolina, in Federal court, and before Administrative Law Judges, the United States...
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