Hickory

King Law Attorneys Hickory Office Location
260 1st Ave NW #206
Hickory, NC 28601
(828)270-7788
King Law’s Catawba County office is located inside the Cline Building in the heart of downtown Hickory, North Carolina and serving clients in the areas of Family Law, Immigration Law and Criminal Law.

King Law has been in the Hickory, North Carolina area since 2014.  You can find our Hickory lawyers and staff at the crossroads of US Highway 321 and Interstate 40 - the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and approximately one hour away from Charlotte.  King Law’s first Hickory location was inside the Wells Fargo building, but the firm quickly outgrew the space. In 2015, the Catawba County office moved to its current location inside the Cline Building in downtown Hickory, just one street over from The Sails where the city hosts various events throughout the year like the Farmer’s Market, The Sails Original Music Series, Art Crawls and Swinging Under the Stars.

King Law’s Hickory lawyers are Hannah E. Miller and Stephen A. Fernando, and they have been offering legal advice to citizens all over Catawba County. In addition to serving the areas of Hickory, Conover, Claremont, Newton and Maiden of Catawba County, they provide family law, criminal defense, and other legal services to the neighboring counties of Alexander, Burke and Caldwell Counties. King Law’s Hickory lawyers are a trusted partner for clients in this community in need of legal services ranging from estate planning to criminal defense to family law to litigation.

The lawyers in the Hickory, North Carolina office are able to bring a dynamic approach in providing legal advice and representation to their clients by listening first and proactively advocating for their clients in matters from criminal defense, domestic violence protection, estate planning, family law, immigration, and litigation.

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