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"Couldn't ask for more in our estate planning process than the expertise, hard work and individualized attention given by Cory Howes. He uses a very clear and comprehensive method to learn about your needs and gather necessary information. The follow-up emails, phone calls and design meeting allow for maximum efficiency toward creation of the final documents. Finally, the signing meeting is smooth, informative and effortless for the significant number of documents that are reviewed and signed. I am astounded by the exceptionally low typo/correction rate that we encountered; most every document was error-free when we got them for review the day before signing. Amazing. Finally, Cory is a knowledgeable and dependable person yet thoughtful, listening and skillful in interpreting and writing. This firm and particularly the lawyer with whom we had the pleasure to work, Cory Howes, made an otherwise daunting task positive and easy. Our strongest of endorsements for Estate Planning with Forrest Firm in Raleigh."

  4 months ago     Jerry P


"The Forrest Firm assisted my company with the divestiture of our stores. The timeline was aggressive but they jumped right in. John Love was instrumental in helping us work quickly and effectively to get to closing. Pricing was fair and clearly communicated along the way.....which was a refreshing change. The advice I received was sound, which mitigated our risks post-closing. We will definitely call the Forrest Firm for our next transaction.n nDoug MorgannFranchise Owner, Pandora Jewelry"

  1 year ago     Doug Morgan


"Forrest Firm has been a great addition to our extended team at WingSwept. They're extremely responsive regardless of whether the need comes up at 9am on Monday or 4:30pm on Friday. Combine that with invoices that don't surprise you and a wealth of legal knowledge across multiple specialties and they've got the full package."

  1 year ago     Jay Strickland


"Great expertise and excellent turnaround time. I appreciate that they offer estimates of their work. I've found that Forrest Firm prides themselves on solving problems not just giving good legal advice. As a business owner that's really important to me!"

  1 year ago     Rodney Mood


"Jesse is a top notch professional who works quickly and does what he says he'll do, for a reasonable cost. Great for entrepreneurs!"

  1 year ago     Brad Breeding


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Forrest Law Firm, P.C.
605 Broad St.
New Bern, NC 28560
35.10819,-77.043359

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605 Broad St.
New Bern, NC 28560

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