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Spousal SupportFamily law matters can include pre-marital advice and planning; child-related issues such as custody, support, and visitation; divorce planning, negotiation and/or litigation involving support, spousal maintenance, or division of property; and post decree modifications and enforcement.
Real Estate LitigationReal estate law involves a varied and often highly complex set of activities centering on sales and acquisitions, title, land use, environmental, development, leasing, finance, joint ventures, restructuring and litigation.
Eminent DomainDeals with land condemnation, whereby the government, or some other entity with the power of eminent domain, takes private property for public use. When land is condemned through eminent domain, owners must be paid just compensation and provided with notice and an opportunity to contest the proceeding, including but not limited to the amount of compensation due the property owner.
Land Use and Zoning
Personal InjuryHe served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Western Carolina University, President of the Governor's Western Residence Board, member of the North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation (1980-1981), and Chair of the Board of Trustees (2005-2007). He received the Highest Rating by Martindale Hubble AV Peer Review and has been listed in "Best Lawyers in America" and "North Carolina Super Lawyers" in personal injury. Steve is a Member of North Carolina Bar Association, 28th Judicial District and North Carolina State Bars, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the Federal Bar Association (WDNC).
Medical MalpracticeMedical malpractice involves claims that question the standard of care rendered by a healthcare provider, including but not limited to a physician, dentist, optometrist, chiropractor, or an employee of a hospital.
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Estate PlanningEstate litigation, also known as probate litigation, concerns actions brought in court which involve a deceased person's estate or the assets of estates.
WillsPhilip graduated from law school and was licensed in 1994. In February 1995, Philip came to Asheville to work for Long Parker and was admitted to the North Carolina Bar. He became a partner in January 2002 and was honored as a â€œNorth Carolina Rising Star (Super Lawyers)â€ in 2009. He litigates and tries cases in General Civil Litigation practice areas, including Commercial Litigation, Contract Litigation, Will Contests, Business and Business Tort Litigation, and Real Estate Litigation.
Criminal DefenseSince 1978, the law ï¬ rm of Long, Parker, Warren, Anderson & Payne, P.A. has served the people of Asheville and Western North Carolina. Our attorneys are dedicated to excellence in the representation of our clients. With over 170 years of cumulative legal experience, we provide the highest quality legal representation in all aspects of civil and criminal law to our clients in Asheville and throughout western North Carolina.
Wrongful DeathWrongful death involves claims when a family has lost a loved one through an event, including motor vehicle accidents, causing death.
MisdemeanorsThe practice area of Criminal Defense primarily involves representation of people who are charged with crimes either at the State or Federal level. A person can be charged with a crime by the issuance of a citation, an arrest warrant, an indictment, or an information. Crimes in North Carolina are divided into two primary categories: misdemeanors, which are usually relatively minor violations of the law, and felonies, which are more serious violations.
MurderRon was educated in the public schools of Buncombe County. He graduated from N.C. State University with a B.A. in Economics with honors in 1974. He then received his J.D. in 1977 from the Wake Forest University School of Law. Upon admission to the bar in 1977, he engaged in the private practice of law in Asheville, concentrating primarily in civil litigation. In 1995 he was appointed by Governor James B. Hunt, Jr. as Resident Superior Court Judge for the 28th Judicial District. He won election in 1996 and re-election in 2004. During his tenure as Superior Court Judge, Ron presided over a number of major trials ranging from medical malpractice to capital murder (death penalty).
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