August 1, 2017Letter from Intern, Caleb Hill
Caleb was one of King Law’s summer interns and we’d like to share his story/experience in his own words. To the Staff of King Law Firm, I am beyond grateful once again for the opportunity for college financial assistance and an internship that was full of learning! I have learned so much and I now understand the (more…)
July 5, 2017Attorney Brian King Featured in NC State Bar Legal Specialization June Newsletter
King Law’s founding partner Brian W. King was recently featured in the North Carolina State Bar Legal Specialization June Newsletter. Attorney King is a NC Family Law Specialist. To read more click here.
June 21, 2017King Law Welcomes New Attorney, Heather Hayes
Click here to learn more about King Law’s new attorney, Heather Hays.
June 6, 2017King Law Presents $1,000 Scholarship to Cleveland County Student
Congratulations to Jay Wilson, Shelby High graduating senior, on being awarded the King Law Gives Back Cleveland County Scholarship. Students completed a 500 word essay on how he/she can make an impact in our local legal community. Mr. Wilson was selected as the recipient of the $1,000 scholarship and was presented with a check earlier (more…)
June 6, 2017King Law Awards Rutherford County Student $1,000 Scholarship
Congratulations to Mr. Caleb Hill of Rutherfordton on being selected as this year’s recipient of the Rutherford County King Law Gives Back Scholarship. Caleb was awarded a $1,000 scholarship today by Attorneys Brian King and John Crotts. Best of luck to Caleb as he heads to Western Carolina in the fall. We look forward to (more…)
June 6, 2017Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting at the New Transylvania County Office
King Law recently held a ceremonial ribbon cutting at the new Transylvania County office located at 26 E. Main St, Ste #3, Brevard, NC. Attorney Isabel Carson is now accepting new clients and offering complimentary telephone and in-office consultations. For an appointment concerning family law, criminal law, civil litigation, estate planning or traffic matters, call (more…)