D. Wilson Law is located in the beautiful historic West End District of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. D. Wilson Law offers low-cost initial consultations to potential clients and provides legal representation to clients at reasonable rates.
D. Wilson Law focuses it’s efforts in two primary practice areas: Elder Law and Family Law.
Elder Law is an area of law associated with estate planning, asset protection, trust creation and management, probate, Medicaid planning and the anticipation for the need for long-term care. The rules governing this practice area, especially those related to Medicaid qualification and estate recovery, are complex and forever changing. D. Wilson Law offers comprehensive estate plans, for an up front flat fee, to assist your family in protecting it’s wealth and providing for the security of your family members far into the future.
Family Law is an area of law associated with divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, post-separation support, equitable distribution and, often, qualified domestic relations orders. There are many potential pitfalls for those who do not hire experienced and competent representation. D. Wilson Law provides low cost consultations for Family Law matters and bills client at $175.00 an hour for legal services related to Family Law. The one exception is for a simple absolute divorce. Assuming you and you former spouse do not have property to split up or issues related to alimony or child custody and support, we offer simple divorces for $500.00 plus filing and service fees provided that you have been separated for at least one year.The website contains a variety of articles related to both Family Law and Elder Law. Simply click on the links in the top-right corner on your PC or the box on the top left corner on your mobile devices to learn more about the law as it relates to the issues you’re facing.
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