Cheryl Watkins | Charlotte Probate Lawyer
The Law Office of Cheryl R. Watkins is a boutique law practice representing individuals, families, and small businesses in provision of advice, counsel, and results in the following areas of law:
* Probate (Estate Administration)
* Estate Planning (Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills)
* Social Security Disability
* Business Succession Planning
* Personal Injury
* Wrongful Death
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North Carolina Bar Association
Mecklenburg County Bar Association
American Association for Justice
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
U.S. District Court, Western District of North Carolina
This law firm services all of North Carolina particularly the Counties of Mecklenburg (Charlotte, Huntersville, Matthews, Mint Hill, Cornelius, Davidson, Pineville, Ballantyne, Lake Norman, South Park Area), Union (Monroe, Indian Trail, Weddington), Cabarrus (Concord, Kannapolis), Gaston (Gastonia, Mount Holly), Iredell (Statesville, Mooresville), and Cleveland (Shelby, Kings Mountain).
And By Appointment
Very reasonable fees. Call to schedule a consultation or receive a free case evaluation over the phone.
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Probate Intake Questionnaire
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
The First Steps to Take When Someone Dies
Estate Planning Questionnaire
HOT Probate! Predicting When Your Estate Will Have Problems
Social Security Disability
Estate Planning Basics
Bill of Rights For Those Who Grieve
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