We have a longstanding commitment to provide personal service for every client. We have a small law firm atmosphere, where you will get the personal attention you deserve, although we are one of the largest law firms in Union County.
-Family Law: Our family law attorneys are here to help you get through a divorce or a child custody battle. They handle separation agreements, post-separation support, alimony, equitable distribution, absolute divorce, adoptions, child custody, child support, as well as other family law issues. One of our family law attorneys, Rebecca L. Robison, is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in the area of Family Law.
-Real Estate: We provide counsel to home buyers, real estate developers and commercial real estate owners. Choose our firm for any of your real estate needs.
-Business and Corporate Law: We work with businesses all the way from business formation to dealing with contracts and disputes.
-Estate Planning: Make sure your values and your wishes are clear to family members. You are never too young to have your estate planning documents prepared. Let our experienced attorneys assist you in preparing your will, trust, living will, health care power of attorney, and durable power of attorney. We also assist with estate administration.
-Personal Injury/Wrongful Death: Whether you or a loved one were injured in a car accident, a slip-and-fall, or other similar incident, you need to make an appointment to see how we can help. We can assist you in getting the compensation you deserve for either a personal injury claim, or a wrongful death claim.
When you need an attorney in Union County, you can trust the experience and long tradition of service at Helms Robison Lee & Bennett, PA. Please contact us for a consultation now.
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