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Kenneth Robert Gillespie

Landlord-Tenant, Social Security -- Disability, Consumer Protection, Bankruptcy

Ken Gillespie has lived in New Bern with his wife Pam since 1986. He has been practicing law since 1981. He is the senior member of the law firm of Gi... (more)

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