CSH LLP Elder Law Wilmington NC
Welcome to the Elder Law Practice Group of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP. WHAT SETS US APART IS EXPERIENCE. We offer advice on many different aspects of elder law and related issues with the benefit of a NC Board Certified Specialist in Elder Law. We strive to provide informed and reliable legal advice and services set in a compassionate, understanding environment. Our team proudly provides comprehensive knowledge of the legal issues affecting older adults and people with special needs.
We provide not just a comprehensive knowledge of the laws that affect older and special needs people, but also of all the life issues they encounter, from mobility issues and physical problems to family conflicts. Board Certified Specialist in Elder Law and is a frequent speaker on Elder Law Topics at local colleges, special events, churches, Home Owner Associations and more. Kara Gansmann is an attorney among the Elder Law Practice Group’s team of experienced problem solvers. She works with seniors and elders to provide pragmatic solutions to their legal needs. She is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Elder Law and Special Needs Section and serves as co-chair of the CLE Committee for that section.
If you are interested in booking an attorney for a speaking engagement, Attorneys Olsen and Gansmann are available for public speaking. Please contact our Client Services Coordinator, Laurie, to schedule a speaking engagement. We will craft a group presentation appropriate for your organizational needs at 777-5733.
The Civil Litigation Practice at Tharrington Smith LLP
Kris Gardner’s practice focuses primarily in local government law, litigation and alcoholic beverage control law. He serves as general counsel to the North Carolina Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association and the North Carolina Nurses Association. He also serves as the town attorney for Enfield and Littleton, both in Halifax County. Kris represents creditors in debt collection matters, assists small business owners, and represents professionals before licensing boards such as the North Carolina Board of Dental Examiners and the North Carolina Medical Board. Kris is also certified by the NC Dispute Resolution Commission as a mediator in Superior Court matters.
A native of Charlotte, Kris graduated cum laude from the North Carolina Central University School of Law, where he was a senior editor of the law journal. He attended North Carolina State University before graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1998. Kris is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in North Carolina, the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He is a former member of the American Bar Association and the NCBA’s Lawyer Referral Service Committee. Kris served as an at-large member on the Morrisville town council from 2014-2015.
He was Vice-President and a member of the Board of Directors for the Morrisville Community Fund from 2014-2016.
Immigrant child separation: NC National Guard off Mexican border
Gov. Roy Cooper has recalled three members of the state National Guard from the southern border over the Trump administration policy of separating children from their migrant parents. Members of the NC National Guard had assisted at the southern border under Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Barack Obama. The current deployment includes a helicopter and three National Guard members. The National Guard members were scheduled for a 120-day rotation that started June 1, said NC National Guard spokesman Lt.
Col. Governors in at least eight states, including Republicans in left-leaning states, are recalling National Guard troops or refusing to send them to the Mexican border over President Donald Trump’s policy. The NC National Guard has been assisting with aerial patrols of the border every year since 2012, with the exception of last year, Devivo said. State Attorney General Josh Stein joined with 20 other Democratic attorneys general across the country calling on U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to stop separating children from their families at the border.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security now refers all cases of illegal entry for prosecution. About 2,000 children were separated from their parents at the border in April and May, according to Homeland Security.
Aggressive Fayetteville Family Law Attorney
When the time comes to get a divorce, it can be difficult even if you know in your heart that it is the right thing to do. As you consider your options for pursuing your rights and protecting the well-being of your children, it is important to have an attorney you can trust handling your family law issues. At Ferguson Law Firm in Fayetteville, we work closely with military personnel and civilians throughout North Carolina, effectively resolving a wide variety of family law issues. We provide our clients with honest, straightforward legal advice and take the time to clearly explain the positives and negatives of every legal option. For Fayetteville family law and divorce attorney Patricia Ferguson, the law is more than a career – it is her calling.
She has a passion for looking after the best interests of her clients and chose family law in order to help people. To arrange a consultation, please call us at 910-860-2889. Our firm gives our clients everything we have, including our time, energy, resources and attention. We are not a divorce mills, rushing clients in and rushing them out. Patricia Ferguson commands respect in the courtroom.
She is a tough negotiator who will not roll over easily – and the other attorneys know it. We look forward to helping you resolve these difficult issues so you can move on.