Serving the Statesville area.
1.Setzer Beth Attorney at Law PC
140 N Center St
AttorneysFamily Law AttorneysSocial Security & Disability Law AttorneysElder Law Attorneys
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2.Pressly Thomas & Conley PA
224 Harrill St
AttorneysAccident & Property Damage AttorneysCivil Litigation & Trial Law AttorneysGeneral Practice Attorneys
All of our attorneys have been attorneys for at least 25 years. Two are former prosecutors and one is a former District Court Judge. Two of our attorneys are certified mediators.
3.Mallory James B III Attorney At Law
102 W Broad St
AttorneysCredit & Debt CounselingBankruptcy Law AttorneysDebt Adjusters
4.Eisele Ashburn Greene And Chapman PA
320 W Broad St
AttorneysWills, Trusts & Estate Planning AttorneysCorporation & Partnership Law AttorneysCivil Litigation & Trial Law Attorneys
5.Carpenter, Alan G PA
1318C Davie Ave
AttorneysWills, Trusts & Estate Planning AttorneysReal Estate Attorneys
6.Homesley Gaines Dudley & Clodfelter LLP
316 E Broad St
AttorneysAdministrative & Governmental Law AttorneysLitigation & Tort AttorneysPersonal Injury Law Attorneys
7.Mendaloff & Associates
130 N Tradd St
AttorneysGeneral Practice Attorneys
Pressly Thomas & Conley PA
224 Harrill St, Statesville, NC, 28677
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