Hayesville, North Carolina Lawyers
I limit my practice of law to the narrow, specialized issues surrounding marriage and families. I have long enjoyed the opportunity to guide people through divorce to new phases of their lives through practical training in creative problem solving and long-term planning developed with each client’s unique goals in mind. Helping clients restructure after separation by creating lasting resolutions for their families has been a high point of my career.
He’s fluent in English, ancient Hebrew, and computer code. He’s also a computer geek and puzzle solver. He loves games – and loves to win. He’s always up for a challenge….whether reading surveys or deeds, negotiating a separation or real estate agreement or a plea bargain, but don’t ask him to choose paint colors or cook. He’s not scared of anything- rafting over 10 foot high waterfall, zipping over the New River Gorge, two week trials, complicated real estate deals or even chaperoning middle school youth group weekends. He’s an Ordained minister, and is confident...
I am an attorney based in Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina. I have handled criminal law, family law, personal injury, and traffic matters for over 29 years. I have tried almost every kind of criminal case, from death-penalty cases to shoplifting and traffic matters, including hundreds of DWI's. In addition, I handle family law matters such as divorce, child custody and support, separation agreements, and alimony. Please give us a call and schedule an appointment to see how we can best help you!
I have been practicing law in southwestern North Carolina since 1981, concentrating in family law, wills, estates and guardianships, and civil litigation. I am experienced in each of these areas, and have successfully tried hundreds of cases over the years. My practice covers Cherokee, Clay, Graham and Macon counties in North Carolina.
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Agatha “Aggie” Guy is a native of Haywood County, North Carolina. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she graduated with a degree in Journalism. Aggie later earned a juris doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law and an LL.M in Tax with a concentration in Estate Planning from the University of Alabama. Aggie has extensive experience in estate planning and estate administration. She has worked with the Jackson County Area Agency on Aging for the past four years, helping area seniors with their estate plans and currently serves as the Public Administrator of Jackson County....