North Raleigh Law is the “one-stop-legal-shop” for your business needs, construction & contractor matters, and real estate dispute needs. From starting your business through growth and sale, acquiring your contractor’s license to dealing with liens and complaints, disputes that arise from the purchase and sale of real estate, and consumer protection from predatory lenders in foreclosure matters, North Raleigh Law will help guide you through every turn. Call us today at 919-845-5000 for the help you need now.
North Raleigh Law provides local businesses with legal services normally provided by in-house general counsel… without the need or expense of keeping a Raleigh business lawyer on staff. Our Raleigh, North Carolina based law firm serves a diverse clientele and we focus on delivering cost-effective legal services and optimal results.
North Raleigh Law has a concentration in construction law with experience in both residential and commercial construction projects. We provide accurate, up-to-date legal advice and diligent legal representation to local Raleigh construction contractors and construction companies.
North Raleigh Law has provides a long and successful history of helping homeowners resolve disputes arising from realtor contract, construction issues, and other matters that are derived from the purchase and renovation of your home.
On the general business side, North Raleigh Law provides general counsel and legal representation for local Raleigh businesses, large and small. We can provide all the knowledge and expertise of an in-house general counsel, whenever and wherever you need it.
As a Raleigh business lawyer, we’ve accumulated years of experience in litigation and alternative dispute resolution. However, our first priority is to develop strategies that keep our clients out of the court system and minimize their legal expenses whenever possible.
We help homeowners defend their investments from predatory lenders and economic matters outside of their control. Whether through litigation defense, short sale, deeds in lieu of foreclosure, or loan workouts, our consumer protection practice focuses solely on distressed homeowners.