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At our offices in North Carolina, we combine the varied backgrounds and expertise of dedicated attorneys and staff to provide clients with effective and efficient legal advice and representation throughout the State of North Carolina. Our clients range from individuals and privately held family and/or closely held businesses to corporations with national distribution and business associations.
We have attorneys practicing in commercial creditors rights and commercial collections, construction law, business law and planning, civil litigation, alternate dispute resolution, and estate planning to meet the needs of North Carolina's private and business communities. Helping you meet your personal and business goals is the focus of our firm as a whole and of each individual attorney and staff member. We get to know our clients on a personal level and strive to build long-term relationships in order to provide quick, sound legal advice and representation for long-term planning.
Our attorneys and staff are active in many aspects of the community, actively lobbying to improve state and national laws, speaking at group meetings, attempting to enhance our community through programs such as the Y's We Build People program, "Race for the Cure" and North Carolina State Games "Be Active Challenge". As a group or as individuals our staff strive to participate in various community outreach and charitable programs. In addition, our attorneys attend continuing legal education seminars and frequently advance their knowledge as laws change due to legislation or court interpretation. As well-rounded members of the community, our attorneys and staff bring to our firm a sense of caring and teamwork, which we incorporate into our practice.
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