Columbus

21 East Mills Street
Columbus, NC 28722
(828)894-0545
King Law’s Polk County office is located in Columbus, North Carolina across from the Polk County Courthouse and offers services in the areas of Family Law, Criminal Law and estate planning.

Nestled in the foothills of North Carolina, in the town of Columbus, you will find our Polk County, North Carolina location. This office is just minutes from Interstate 26, Highway 74, the South Carolina border and the Tryon International Equestrian Center that will be hosting the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games. Our Columbus attorneys have served residents of the Polk County area since 2002 when the firm opened its first Polk location in the quaint town of Lynn and later relocated to its current location at the corner of Hwy 108 also known as Mills Street and Houston Road; The office is across the street from the Polk County Courthouse, by the stoplight.

Attorneys Isabel Carson, Kassia Walker and Brian King assist clients from Columbus, Tryon, Lynn, Saluda and Landrum. Attorney Brian W. King is the firm’s managing partner and is also a Columbus Family Law Specialist and licensed to practice in both North Carolina and South Carolina. Polk County borders South Carolina and we are often hired to assist clients with matters that require representation in both states.

The Polk legal team is made up of attorneys with backgrounds in family law, estate planning, criminal defense law, business law, and civil matters, and our Columbus attorneys are able to offer legal counsel and representation on almost any matter. If you’re dealing with something small like a driving ticket or something bigger like divorce or alimony, child custody, child support, domestic violence, estate planning, DUI/DWI or some other criminal matter, our Columbus attorneys are here for you. Contact us today to get your life back on track.

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