John Alexander Hauser, Attorney
John Alexander Hauser is a partner at the Law Offices of Mills & Hauser, L.L.P. He was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1961 and is fluent in German. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and graduated in 1984. He graduated from the University of North Carolina Law School in 1987. That same year he was admitted to the North Carolina Bar. Since 1987 he has been practicing law with William Mills in Thomasville and Lexington in Davidson County, Asheboro in Randolph County, Mocksville in Davie County, Winston-Salem and Kernersville in Forsyth County, High Point, and Greensboro in Guilford County.
Similar to his partner, Mr. Hauser represents clients with a variety of legal concerns, including traffic, criminal law, personal injury, social security, workers compensation, and family law matters. Attorney Hauser is affiliated with a variety of groups throughout the North Carolina area, including:
Attorney Hauser is committed to providing quality legal representation to clients in the Piedmont area. He prides himself on his professionalism and dedication to advocating on behalf of his clients.
If you need a trustworthy attorney, contact John Alexander Hauser to arrange for a free initial consultation.
|Education:||University of North Carolina A.B.|
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