Lexington, North Carolina Lawyers
I am a board certified Family Law Specialist and have practiced predominantly Family Law and all issues relating to Family Law since my licensing in 2002. I am committed to representing my clients and advocate strongly for my clients both in and out of the courtroom.
Mr. Eldredge is a co-founder and partner at Brittain & Eldredge, PLLC. He has a passion for helping others and loves his job because it gives him the opportunity to help others every day. Mr. Eldredge has a reputation for giving each client the personal attention he or she deserves and for providing high quality legal representation at affordable rates.
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I am originally from Fort Bragg, North Carolina. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from North Carolina Central University in 2003 with a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and Psychology. I obtained my Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 2006. I than began work with Legal Aid of North Carolina. While at Legal Aid, I served as a staff attorney representing clients in housing, employment, education, and consumer matters. I also served as the director of Legal Aid’s statewide Bankruptcy team. In October of 2011, I began work with Mike Lewis Attorneys. There...
I have practiced in Raleigh, North Carolina for my entire legal career. I have tried cases in both North Carolina State Superior Court and Federal Court. In 2014, I was selected to the North Carolina Bar Association Leadership Academy which is a program for young attorneys who wish to hone their leadership skills. I attended Elon University School of Law for law school and Wake Forest University for my undergraduate education. In my spare time, I enjoy going to Wake Forest athletic events and anything involving water including playing water polo and scuba diving.
I'm an attorney with Duncan Law, LLP. I was born and raised in northeast Texas. My family is in the ranching business back in Texas. My previous jobs were as a police officer and a high school teacher. I had always wanted to become an attorney, and finally in 1992 I went to law school in Texas. In 1995 I graduated from law school and due to a new job for my wife, we moved the Charlotte area. By me having a “real job” before becoming an attorney, I believe I have many “real life experiences”...
Amelia joined Partin, Patton and Brown in August 2003 and became a partner in January 2009. Her practice focuses in the areas of Social Security Disability and Long Term Disability. Amelia is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Social Security Disability Law. Amelia attended law school at Wake Forest University School of Law (2003) and joined Partin, Patton and Brown after her graduation. As a law student, Amelia was active in the Public Interest Law Organization and Guardian Ad Litem program. Amelia is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, North Carolina Bar...
Courtney Roller is a licensed North Carolina attorney and counselor at law. She earned her law degree from Elon University School of Law. Prior to law school, Courtney attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and earned a B.A. in journalism and mass communication. She is a certified legal observer with the National Lawyers Guild and a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity and Red4NC. In 2013 Courtney was recognized by the National Association of Women Lawyers for her achievements, motivation and drive. in 2015, Courtney was elected secretary of the District 22b Bar Association. She is a member...
Disputes affect our lives differently. Problem solving is just the start to change the outcome in your favor. Work through the issues. Develop a plan. Understand the outcomes. Hire someone who cares. I can make the next step part of your plan, not theirs. Fight for what you believe in.
Mr. Scott's primary areas of practice are commercial and business litigation, construction law and litigation, insurance coverage and bad faith, and products liability defense. Representative Experience: - Serve as lead and local counsel in business litigation involving all aspects of contract and commercial disputes - Experience in federal and state appellate matters and jury and bench trials - Represent and advise contractors, owners, and design professionals on public, commercial, and residential construction projects - Represent contractors, owners, and warranty companies in litigation involving construction delay, cost overrun, and defect claims - Represent insurers and insureds in complex insurance coverage and bad faith litigation - Defend manufacturers and...
Advance, NC Lawyer. 21 years experience
522 N. Hiddenbrooke Dr.
Advance, NC 27006
Advance, NC 27006
Business, Divorce, Family and Real Estate
Wake Forest University School of Law
Wake Forest University School of Law
Charlotte bankruptcy attorney Sean Dillenbeck will be able to guide you through the bankruptcy process no matter what type of matter you may be facing. If you need assistance filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, Chapter 7 or with foreclosure defense then you should contact our firm by calling 888-816-4432 today.
After graduating from Wake Forest Law School in 1970, Michael J. Lewis began his practice in the Triad area. Early in his career, he obtained record verdicts in several North Carolina counties, leading him to focus his practice on personal injury law and eminent domain. As a lawyer, Michael creates a special bond with each of his clients. He enjoys solving problems and finding the best answer for his clients. His clients find him caring and interested in their well being. Since 1995, Mike Lewis has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America in Personal Injury Litigation. He has also...
James is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Federal and State Criminal Law with a trial practice in criminal, domestic, and general litigation. He is deeply committed to excellence and professionalism in the practice of law, having served on the North Carolina State Bar Specialization Criminal Law Committee, the North Carolina State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education, and was Issue Planning Editor of the Law Review at Regent University. James also lectures at criminal, family law, and trial practice continuing legal education (CLE) programs, and is regularly designated by the Capital Defender as lead counsel in capital murders.
Thomas W. Smothers offers the necessary expertise to negotiate with the State regarding your charges. When prosecutors are forced to deal with our firm, they realize that we have what it takes to go to trial. Keeping this in mind, Attorney Smothers is always able to negotiate from a position of strength.