Raleigh Family Lawyer Kristopher Hilscher

As a child, Kris would frequently visit his grandmother who was then a clerk of court. He gained significant exposure to the practice of law at an early age, and has maintained his desire to be an attorney ever since. Most children grow up watching cartoons while you could find Kris engrossed in an episode of “Matlock.” Kris Hilscher attended Hampden-Sydney College on academic scholarship, where he graduated with a B.A. in Political Science in 2004. Kris went on to earn his J.D. from Campbell Law in 2008. While at Campbell, Kris served as Editor-In-Chief of the Campbell Law Observer and completed several internships focused on litigation and trial work in criminal, civil, and family law. Kris Hilscher currently focuses entirely on serving the needs of his domestic clients and is excited about the possibility of becoming a family law specialist in Wake County. Kris previously practiced in Sanford, NC where he focused on both domestic law and criminal defense. Kris Hilscher has received an AV rating by Martindale Hubbell – the highest possible rating. This rating is awarded to lawyers who achieve the highest level of professional excellence according to a review process involving other attorneys and judges that have attested to Kris’ work. Kris married his high school sweetheart, Chelsey, and together have two children. Kris is also actively involved with their church hosting a group and volunteering regularly in various ways. Hopefully none of my friends ever have to go through the things that we have faced over the past two years, but if you ever need a family law attorney, there’s no one out there that’s better than Kris Hilscher. Not only is he brilliant, but he is kind and honest in all the ways a great lawyer should be.
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Political Humor & Satire

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Hawaii football offered a scholarship to a fifth-grade QB …

College football programs extending scholarship offers to young prospects is nothing new (just ask Lane Kiffin). Still, the lengths which Hawaii appears to …
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Mary McKelvain Murphy

Mary Sabrina McKelvain Murphy died suddenly on June 19, 2017, at her apartment at Atria at the Arboretum in Austin, Texas. The day before she died, she had lunch and went shopping with her older daughter. Her father died of Spanish flu in 1918 when she was a year old. During World War II, Mary worked at what was then called Camp Hood, planning social activities for the soldiers while her husband was an Army officer in the Pacific. Mary was widowed in 1997 and continued to live in Waco for many years, where she participated in a number of clubs, including Waco Literary Club and Friday Forum, and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Her family marveled at how well she knew how to get around Waco using the back streets! Before moving to Austin, Mary lived in Lampasas for six years. Mary was a skilled homemaker, supportive wife, and loving mother. She served dinner to her family every night and a special lunch on Sunday after church. Or, like lots of people, Mary and Jeff took their girls to Luby’s Cafeteria. Mary was an excellent cook and entertained her husband’s business associates, family, and friends, through the years. A graveside service will be held 11:00 a.m., Saturday, June 24, at Oakwood Cemetery in Waco. In lieu of flowers, you may send a donation to the Presbyterian Children’s Home of Austin, 5920 West William Cannon Drive, Bldg 3, Suite 100, Austin TX 78749 or at giving. The family invites you to leave a message or memory on our “Tribute Wall” at www. To send flowers or a remembrance gift to the family of Mary McKelvain Murphy, please visit our Tribute Store.
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