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Our North Carolina civil litigation attorneys are strong and effective advocates for our clients. We have deep experience handling complex civil matters - representing individuals, families, companies, property owners, and other entities.
Family LawView details
Instead of hiring someone who does family law on the side, look for an attorney with substantial experience in this area. To help you identify whether we are the right lawyer for you...
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Personal Injury / Wrongful Death
When you or a loved one are injured or a loved one is killed due to the negligence of another individual, you may be facing tremendous financial burdens due to medical costs, lost wages, and other expenses.
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Social Security Disability
If you are unable to work because of a physical or mental impairment, you may be entitled to receive social security disability benefits. The process of obtaining social security disability benefits can be complex, time consuming and frustrating...
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The last will and testament is one of the most important documents in estate planning. A will allows the person making the will (the testator) to name recipients of his or her property, to explain how property...
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Probate and Estate Administration
When a loved one passes away, their assets and debts must be dealt with according to law. The person who handles the Estate Administration (an administrator if the deceased died without a will...
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Anytime a person has been charged with a crime, it is a stressful situation. The criminal defense attorneys at Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, L.L.P. will provide counsel during this stressful time...
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Your first instinct might be to quickly pay the ticket and suffer the points added to your driving record. After all, traffic ticket lawyers charge for their services, and you may think it’ll cost more to hire one to fight your ticket than to simply admit guilt.
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When involved in a real estate transaction, such as buying, selling or renting property, it is vital to have a thorough understanding of your rights and obligations, which can avoid any future problems...
As many of you are probably aware, the Governor has issued a stay at home order beginning today at 5 pm. As an essential business, we will remain open to serve our clients. During this time, many people will face legal challenges and be in need of services regarding issues such as divorce and child custody, estate planning, business law and real estate matters. We are here to help. In order to follow social distancing protocols, we are offering phone and video conferences and innovative solutions to sign your essential documents in a safe manner. We are all going through a difficult time and things are rapidly changing, but Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long remains here for you.