Forsyth County, North Carolina Lawyers
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Before attending Wake Forest University School of Law, Mr. Payne attended Florida Coastal School of Law, where he was nominated for the Law Review and ranked in the top 20 of his 1L law school class. After transferring to Wake Law, Mr. Payne served as a research assistant to former Dean Blake Morant, and professors Coughlin and Lentz. He also completed...
While Keith’s practice is structured to help his clients avoid litigation, he is first and foremost a trial lawyer. His civil and past criminal...
Eleanor is passionate in her representation of people involved in family disputes, whether through divorce, supporting parents through child custody...
She attended North Carolina State University for her undergraduate degree where she majored in Politcal Science and minored in Spanish, graduating with honors.
Erica attended law school at Charlotte School of Law, where she was a Merit Scholar and served as the Senior Student Works Editor of the Access to Justice Law Journal and a Criminal Law Teaching Assistant.
She currently lives in Winston-Salem and enjoys running, playing soccer, cooking, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Rated “AV” Preeminent (Judicial Edition), the Highest Possible Rating in both legal abilities and ethical standards reflecting the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and Judiciary – Martindale-Hubble / Lexis-Nexis – 2013 to present
He received hs Bachelor of Arts degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Albion College in 1986.
He is a Cum Laude graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law, where he also received an MBA degree.
Mr. Lane is admitted to practice in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Western, Middle and Eastern District Federal Courts of North Carolina, as well as the State Courts of North Carolina.
Mr. Lane has extensive experience in Debtor / Creditor law.
His practice areas include debt counsel, debt settlement, bankruptcy, and the...
Kevin currently handles all types of injury cases, including tractor trailer collisions, other motor vehicle accidents and medical malpractice cases. In addition, Kevin represents businesses that need a seasoned courtroom litigator to handle contract disputes, employment agreement disputes, shareholder disputes, and business torts, like fraud and misrepresentation.
Kevin is active in a variety of professional organizations including the North Carolina Advocates for Justice and the American Association for Justice. He is a member...
Wilson worked for Blue Chips Sports management of Boston and helped to develop the Minor League Football System in the late 1980’s. In the...
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