North Raleigh Law

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Raleigh Construction Attorney

Leading Raleigh Business, Construction, Civil Litigation Law Firm

When legal matters require the knowledge and expertise of a skilled attorney, you have a choice to make: do you go with a big firm with a fancy office and a stable of attorneys? Or, do you choose a smaller firm that takes fewer cases and offers a more personal level of service? At North Raleigh Law Group in North Carolina, we offer service tailored to the needs of our clients in cases involving business law, construction, litigation, licensing and foreclosure defense.

We provide all the services of an in-house general counsel . . . without the need or expense of keeping an attorney on staff.

Focused on Service, Attention and Results

These days, more and more people are choosing the personal service and individual attention offered by smaller firms. Our firm, North Raleigh Law Group, is built on the concept of helping people and providing creative solutions to legal problems. Along the way, we provide personal service and one-on-one attention at every turn. We see clients as more than just clients - we see them as friends, neighbors and fellow members of the community.

Experienced Trial Attorney With a Dedication to the Raleigh Community

Mr. Robert L. Morton, our firm's founder and principal attorney, has a broad background that includes experience as a music teacher, consumer advocate and small business owner. His passion for solving problems and helping people drove him to pursue a career in law, which he achieved in 1997.

Attorney Morton is active in numerous local organizations, including serving as chairman of the local Better Business Bureau for three years and serving on the Bureau's executive committee for more than ten years. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Morton was featured on Good Morning America as a respected consumer advocate. Mr. Morton has also been recognized for his volunteer work and pro-bono services by being recognized as an Outstanding Volunteer Lawyer by the Volunteer Lawyer Program of Wake County.

If you need legal help and advice and would like the advantage of having a Raleigh construction lawyer who is highly accessible and easily approachable while offering reasonable fees, please call 919-845-5000 or contact our firm by e-mail for an initial consultation.

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Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Litigation and Litigation Avoidance
  • Business Law
  • Entity Selection and Formation
  • Non-Compete Clause & Non-Compete Agreement
  • Contracts and Documents – Review and Drafting
  • Construction & Real Estate Business Disputes
  • Asset Protection
  • LLC Formation
  • S-Corp Election – Avoid Double Tax
  • Construction Law
  • Liens, Failure to Perform, Faulty Construction
  • Licensing Board Representation in Raleigh
  • Easements
  • Real Estate
  • Foreclosure Defense
  • Breach of Contract; Failure To Perform
  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Licensing Board Representation
  • Business Formation
  • Business Development
  • Business Associations Law
  • Business Arbitration
  • Business Litigation
  • Emerging Business Law
  • Small Business Law
  • Private Business Law
  • International Asset Protection
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Mediation
  • International Mediation
  • International Arbitration
  • Arbitration
  • International Dispute Resolution
  • Collaborative Law
  • Professional Licensing

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Litigation, Construction Contracts, Asset Protection, Business Formation and Development, Business, Dispute Resolution, ...

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