Gabe Justice will be working as a paralegal for the firm. Gabe is a graduate of the US Army Paralegal School at Fort Lee, Virginia. He is also a Guardsman in the North Carolina Army National Guard.
A traffic ticket is more than just an inconvenience. A traffic ticket can cause your license to be suspended or revoked. North Carolina’s laws involving traffic matters can seem confusing to those who don’t work with them on a daily basis. The Justice Law Firm has experience with speeding tickets, other traffic tickets and drunk driving (or DUI and DWI) charges. Estate planning law firms or taxation specialists may not have the knowledge needed to keep you driving legally and safely in North Carolina.
One question a family law attorney or divorce law attorney often hears is “how long does it take to get divorced ?”. While no two cases are the same, an absolute divorce case takes between 30 to 90 days from start to finish. Some cases can take longer if there is difficulty in locating a party involved in the case or if there is some dispute over the length of separation. For more information about divorces, custody matters or other family law issues feel free to call us and schedule an appointment.
The lawyers here at the Justice Law Firm have been attending legal education seminars to improve their ability to serve their clients. They have received training in Social Security Disability Law, Estate and Probate Law, and in Family Financial Mediation for settling property issues in Divorce cases. The area of Traffic Law and Criminal Law was also reviewed as well as Federal Criminal Defense. If you need legal assistance, or have a question, feel free to contact us by phone, email, or in person.
Chris Reed has been admitted to practice in the Federal Courts of Western Carolina. “Federal Court is where many employment law cases lead. Being admitted to Federal Court allows me to assist clients with employment law issues through the entire spectrum” said Chris.
If you have a Spanish speaking friend or communicate better in Spanish, then we have legal assistant who speak Spanish now in our office. Sometimes things are difficult to explain in another native language. In Henderson County we know there is a need for legal advise but hard for those who speak another language. If you need to talk to a lawyer or legal counsel in Spanish, we have someone in our team who can help you or a relative with that. Just contact us.