Big news for the firm!
After 6 years in the UNC-Charlotte area, our firm has moved to a larger office closer to uptown—1927 South Tryon Street, Suite 109 (photo at left) in Historic South End. We plan to have an open house next month, so we hope you’ll stop by for a visit!
In addition to staff, two attorneys who do a great deal of real estate and community association (HOA and condo) law are resident in the Charlotte office—Elizabeth Holloway and David Wilson. David is also licensed in South Carolina. Other firm attorneys regularly work out of the office, including Keith Black, Steve Black and me.
We also welcome a new HOA/condo attorney to the firm this month, Adam Spivey. Adam received his BA Cum Laude and Masters of Public Affairs from UNC Greensboro prior to obtaining his law degree from the Elon University School of Law. Adam has experience with homeowner and condominium associations and will practice community association and land use law.
For more information or if we can be of assistance, contact Law Firm Carolinas at 704-970-1593 or www.lawfirmcarolinas.com
Author: Jim Slaughter
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