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Ashley Baxter

Bankruptcy, Environmental Law, Family Law, Litigation

She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science in 2003. Ms. Ba... (more)

J. Douglas McCullough

Bankruptcy, Litigation

Judge Douglas McCullough attended Swansboro High School, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (AB History, 1967) and the University of Sout... (more)

John W. King

Wills & Probate, Estate Planning, Corporate, Business Organization

He attended Louisburg College where he received an A.A., magna cum laude in 1975. He earned a B.A. in Economics, cum laude, from Wake Forest Universit... (more)

Trawick H. Stubbs

Litigation, Criminal, Bankruptcy, Personal Injury

He attended the University of North Carolina where he earned an A.B. in 1964. He received his J.D. from Duke University in 1967. He was a member of Ph... (more)

William H. Kroll

Bankruptcy & Debt, Real Estate

Mr. Kroll attended St. Lawrence University, where he graduated magna cum lade with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with honors in 1993. At ... (more)

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  1 year ago     Jessica Smith


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  1 year ago     George Soltow


"If your lawyer starts ignoring your phone calls its probably because he's given up on your case but doesn't have the balls to speak to you. 2 weeks of no return phone calls and then finally I get a letter in the mail telling me simply that they've declined my case. I guess they only take cases that are home runs."

  2 years ago     eastender74


"This is specifically regarding Katherine Fountain for divorce. You need to hire her before your spouse does, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE UNDER 40. She is extremely responsive and will work hard under any circumstances to get the best outcome for her client. She e-mails quickly and returns phone calls. She is dependable. I was against her for a divorce I initiated, and I think if I had went with her my life would have been a LOT easier. The reason for 4 stars is that she is on the same program as all the other lawyers in the ENC and probably everywhere: spend your retainer then go to mediation, Obviously, the best situation is to just get a settlement agreement by consent vs initiating contested proceedings."

  3 years ago     Paul Bower


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Stubbs & Perdue PA
310 Craven Street,P.O. Box 1654
New Bern, NC 28563
35.1084,-77.0446

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New Bern, NC 28563

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