Professional License Lawyer in North Carolina

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Meet Nicholas Dowgul

Professional License Defense In North Carolina

The focus of North State Law is professional license defense, Office of Administrative Hearing actions, family law & civil litigation. Our office serves the entire state of North Carolina. We encourage people to reach out to us even if it’s not an area of law we practice because we love to help connect the public with attorneys we know and trust.

This firm believes in establishing a long-term relationship with our clients as well as making sure we are able to help our clients in their time of legal need. We strive to keep our clients in the light when it comes to their case and work to keep an open line of communication with clients.

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