Business Law in Charlotte, NC
The operation of a company can be taxing enough as it is without worrying about legal matters, but there’s a Charlotte, NC, business law practice that might help you shoulder some of the load. Jeffrey McCraw, Attorney at Law is locally based, and we offer area companies representation in a variety of legal matters. Additional services may include:
- Business Law and Contract Litigation;
- Business Formation (LLC and corporation creation with the North Carolina Secretary of State);
- Representing individuals and small businesses in administrative hearings regarding licensure, permits, regulatory violations, etc.
Our firm is available to meet with you at your location, and we also offer free consultations at our office or over the telephone. Our clients find that consulting with us is easy because we offer:
- Reasonable rates
- Flexible appointment arrangements
- Availability in the evening hours
Jeffrey McCraw, Attorney at Law aims to manage each legal issue with the personal attention that it requires. We offer the counsel of a Charlotte, NC, business law attorney who’ll work hard to explain any situation to you and outline what legal remedies might be available for addressing it. We also offer litigation support for our clients, so feel free to get in touch with us and ask for our support as you cope with your legal concerns.
Jeffrey McCraw, Attorney at Law
129 West Trade Street Suite 1505
Charlotte, NC 28202704-621-4443
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We practice in Charlotte and throughout Mecklenburg County as well as the surrounding area including Cabarrus, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Polk, and Rutherford counties.
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