King Law Attorneys Charlotte Office Location
1220 S Graham St #101
Charlotte, NC 28203
The Charlotte, North Carolina office is located in the Burke Communications building and offers services for cases pertaining to Personal Injury, Immigration Law and Family Law.

Based out of Charlotte, North Carolina since 2015, King Law’s Charlotte lawyers have been serving the people of Mecklenburg County with cases varying from divorce and custody to personal injury and immigration law. King Law distinguishes itself from the rest by offering expert advice on cases related to family law and criminal defense in Charlotte including, estate planning, speeding tickets, labor laws, personal injury and everything in between. King Law’s managing partner, Brian W. King, is a North Carolina Family Law Specialist and certified civil and family mediator.

King Law’s legal team makes it their mission to take care of their clients in whatever legal problems they may be facing. Whether in Charlotte, Huntersville, Matthews, Mint Hill or Pineville, King Law can find the right lawyer to match any client’s needs. King Law offers complimentary consultations and flexible schedules with both in-office and telephone appointments. Attorneys Brian W. King, John B. Crotts and Rusty Duncan are licensed to practice in North Carolina and South Carolina and can assist the legal needs of individuals and companies with legal matters that cross state boundaries.

The Charlotte office prides itself on giving excellent customer relations and communication.  It is a goal of our Charlotte lawyers and staff to promptly address clients’ concerns.  The Charlotte team truly cares about their clients and can offer the right guidance on issues related to Family Law, Criminal Law, and Personal Injury practices.

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