Intern Recognized by S.C. House of Representatives

King Law intern, Travis Bain, was recently recognized by the SC House of Representatives for saving a person’s life.  Travis interned with King Law in our South Carolina office last year and will be coming back this summer.  He’s a 2L at USC Law School.  On his way to his first day on the job (more…)

King Law Opens Two New Locations: Gaffney and Gastonia

King Law Offices, PLLC, known locally as King Law, is proud to announce the grand opening of its newest locations in Gastonia, North Carolina and Gaffney, South Carolina.  The Gaston County office is located at 1558-C, Union Road, Gastonia. The Cherokee County office is located at 207 S. Limestone St, #F, Gaffney.  These locations will (more…)

Recent Case Results

All of these results were actually obtained by King Law Offices in the Courts of the State of North Carolina and South Carolina, where noted, but the success in these cases does not guarantee a similar success in any future case. Case results depend on many factors and are unique to each client and case. (more…)

King Named Family Law “10 Best” Attorney in North Carolina

Attorney Brian W. King was recently announced as one of the “10 Best” Attorneys for North Carolina. King is a part of this exclusive list as a result of his high client satisfaction rating in the practice area of Family Law. Attorney King was nominated for this top honor because he maintains the highest degree (more…)

Attorney King Named in Top 100 Family Lawyers

The American Society of Legal Advocates has named Attorney Brian W. King as one of the Top 100 Family lawyers in the State of North Carolina for 2016. The American Society of Legal Advocates is an invitation-only, nationwide organization for lawyers who are considered among the elite in their area of practice. For more than (more…)

King Law Receives Top Honor in Customer Service

The Partners of King Law recently registered and attended a seminar hosted by The Rainmaker Institute. The institute specifically targets law firms. Unbeknownst to any of the registrants, after registering for the seminar, the institute called every firm that attended the event ahead of the seminar. The institute then graded the law firms based on (more…)