Brevard

26 E. Main St. Ste #2 & #3
Brevard, NC 28712
828-490-7888
Transylvania County is home to the Brevard office that offers services in the practice areas of criminal defense law, family law, including divorce and custody, estate law, and provides services for other legal needs.

King Law’s Transylvania County, North Carolina office is located in the county seat, the City of Brevard. The law office is conveniently located across the street from the Transylvania County Courthouse and close to all downtown businesses near the intersection of Highway 64 and Highway 276. A public parking lot is located across the street at Probart and Gaston Streets for client convenience.

Brevard is located at the entrance of the Pisgah National Forest and adjacent to DuPont State Forest. The area’s waterfalls have earned the town the nickname of “The Land of Waterfalls.” Brevard is also known for its tourism and retirement community and is home to Brevard College and Blue Ridge Community College.

King Law began in 2002 with its corporate office in Rutherfordton, North Carolina and since has expanded to include locations throughout western North Carolina and the upstate of South Carolina. The Brevard location opened in March 2017. Brevard attorneys and staff serve the general legal needs of the residents and tourists to the areas of Brevard, Town of Rosman, Cedar Mountain, Lake Toxaway, Penrose, Sapphire, Pisgah Forest, Balsam Grove, and other surrounding towns. Attorney Isabel Carson leads the Brevard legal team and offers services in the practice areas of criminal defense law, family law, including divorce and custody, estate law, and provides services for other legal needs. Individuals facing legal dilemmas in Transylvania County and surrounding counties should contact King Law at 828-490-4888 to schedule a free consultation with Attorney Carson in our Brevard office location or by telephone. Our team of lawyers and legal professionals are ready to meet with you and take steps to achieve the best possible results for your legal need.

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