North Carolina Law Directory
102 East Queen Street
Edenton, North Carolina 27932
Lawyer's Website | (252) 482-4422
Legal Practice Areas
- Real Estate / Real Property
- Personal Injury Law
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Wills / Trust / Estate / Probate
- Child Custody Law
- Government Law
Credentials & Associations
- Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2002
- Governor's One-on-One Board of Directors, Vice Chair
- North Carolina Central University School of Law
- Chowan County Representative, First District Bar Association Executive Committee
- Chowan-Perquimans Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors
About the Attorney
William Crowe is based in Edenton and serves the surrounding areas, including Chowan County, Perquimans County, Gates County, Bertie County and the Town of Windsor, Washington County and the Town of Plymouth, Tyrrell County and the Town of Columbia, Camden County, Currituck County, Dare County and Pasquotank County.
Mr. Crowe provides assistance in many different legal areas, including real property and all facets of real estate transactions, land use matters, criminal law ranging from a simple traffic violation, drunk driving arrest or speeding ticket to serious felonies, family law from a simple divorce through complex custody issues, personal injury, wills and estate plans, and many types of local government matters.
Mr. Crowe is admitted to practice before the state courts of North Carolina, the federal district courts in the Eastern District of North Carolina, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, First Judicial District Bar, American Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, and the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers.
Mr. Crowe earned his B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Master's Degree from North Carolina State University, and his Juris Doctor from North Carolina Central School of Law.
Mr. Crowe serves as the attorney for the Perquimans County Department of Social Services and the Albemarle Child Support Agency.
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