Lowesville Real Estate Lawyers
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I relocated to Gastonia, NC after having had a successful solo law practice in Fairfield County, CT for 14 years. I am bi-lingual (Spanish/English).My office prides itself on zealously representing clients in multiple areas of law in a professional manner. Over the years we have successfully represented individuals and small businesses. We treat everyone with dignity and respect regardless of race, ethnicity, or socio economic status.
Andrew Dickens is the founder of Dickens Law Group. Andrew graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law and became a member of the North Carolina State Bar in 2010. After graduation, he worked side-by-side with some of the most experienced and well-respected real estate attorneys in North Carolina, gaining valuable experience ranging from complicated multi-million dollar commercial real estate transactions to simple refinances of residential property. In the early years of Andrew's practice, he also represented banks and credit unions in foreclosure actions against homeowners. Andrew now uses his experience working with lenders and his knowledge of North Carolina...
Andrew J. Wingo graduated from Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University with his J.D. in 1998. He has nearly two decades of legal experience in the areas of commercial real estate, business law, criminal law, personal injury, and domestic/family law. A true trial attorney, Andrew has effectively litigated cases across state and federal courts for his clients. He is aggressive when protecting his clients and bold when asserting their rights. Andrew is licensed to practice in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Throughout my career I have had the opportunity to advocate for, provide services to, and learn from industry leading companies such as IMG, Roush Racing, Alston & Bird, LLP, DEWALT, Office Depot, Gatorade, Coca-Cola, Waste Management, Newell Rubbermaid and many others. What I learned is that in any industry and with each client – advocacy and accessibility are the imperative. It’s the culmination of these life and professional experiences that allows me to offer our clients that same focus on being an accessible advocate for their legal needs. I invite you to learn more about how...
I have an extensive background in both litigation and in transactional law. Because of my experience I can see the results of a poorly drafted document and its consequences. I have a strong belief that in order to know your product, you have to produce your product. I am a hands-on attorney and I only depend on me to serve the clients needs.
James obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration with concentration in Trust Management from Campbell University in May, 1986. Prior to attending law school, James was a Personal Banker and Assistant Branch Manager with Wachovia Bank. He then obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 1990 from Samford University, Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. After working with another law firm for approximately two years, James started his own law firm in 1993, representing clients in almost every county of North Carolina. Vann Attorneys currently has attorneys who handle creditors’ rights, unmanned aircraft systems, construction litigation, contract law, business planning, business...
Steve has practiced law since 1976. He represents companies and individuals in business matters and commercial real estate transactions, and individuals and families in estate planning and estate administration. In all of his work, Steve strives to apply his years of business experience and knowledge of tax law, to take into account any applicable tax considerations. Steve enjoys working with business owners, particularly when buying or selling a business, and has been involved in transactions where businesses have sold for a nominal consideration, as well as a sale to an international conglomerate for in excess of forty...
With over 20 years of experience in real estate law and closing real estate transactions, I understand your purchase or refinance transaction can feel overwhelming. Don’t go through the complicated and overwhelming process of buying or selling a home alone! Whether you’re getting ready to sell your house or buy a commercial property, you should hire a real estate lawyer to help it come together with fair and amenable results. I am here to provide you with advice, counsel, and peace of mind to help you through the process. Let's keep moving forward together.
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