King Law Attorneys Gastonia Office Location
1558-C Union Rd.
Gastonia, NC 28054
Gaston County, North Carolina is home to King Law’s Gastonia office and provides legal services for family law, criminal law and domestic violence protection and defense.

Just off of Interstate 85 and Highway 74, you will find King Law’s Gastonia, North Carolina law office that opened in April 2016 inside the professional business park of Union Commons. This location serves clients from all across the Carolinas, and specifically Gastonia, Belmont, Mount Holly, Cherryville, Stanley, and Cramerton. King Law is a small town firm whose Gastonia lawyers strive to exceed client expectations in family law, criminal defense, and other legal cases.

Our Gastonia lawyers, Ashley Hyman and the firm’s managing partner Brian W. King, are dedicated to obtaining the best possible results for all clients. King Law is a general practice law firm and the lawyers in our Gastonia, North Carolina office focus on the areas of family law and criminal law. Attorney Brian W. King is a North Carolina Family Law Specialist and family and civil mediator. We have provided legal advice and representation for thousands of clients for child custody, child support, divorce, and alimony matters. We also offer representation for DUI/DWI, traffic tickets and other criminal defense matters. In addition, it is a part of our practice at the Gastonia location to draft various Power of Attorneys and Wills.

The Gaston County location offers both in office and telephone consultations, free of charge. These hassle free, confidential appointments offer individuals facing a legal issue an opportunity to speak with a Gastonia attorney at convenient times and reduces time away from work and family. Contact King Law today to scheduled your complimentary appointment so that our team of legal professionals can begin assisting you.

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