North Carolina Law Directory
106 S McLewean St
Kinston, NC 28502
Lawyer's Website | (252) 527-8000
Legal Practice Areas
- Criminal Defense
- State & Federal
- General Practice
- Civil Litigation
- Personal Injury Law
Credentials & Associations
- Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2000
- Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, J.D. 2000
About the Attorney
White & Allen, P.A. is a full service law firm in eastern North Carolina. Since we opened our doors in 1927, our reputation has been built on trust.
With offices in New Bern, Kinston, Snow Hill and Greenville, we are one of the region's largest and most versatile law firms. Our lawyers are experienced in both civil and criminal cases and can help with a wide variety of litigation, including Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights, Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Commercial Law, Corporate Law, Criminal Law, Elder Law, Special Needs (Disability) Trusts, Employee Benefits, Employment Law, Estate Planning and Administration, Family Law, Health Care Law, Real Estate, and Tax Planning.
Many of us grew up in Eastern North Carolina, a place we call home and know well. We embrace traditional values passed down for decades and we’re especially known for community service given by partners, associates and staff.
We believe close and regular contact with clients is essential to gaining the trust that’s been central to our mission for 90 years. To us, trust means doing the right thing, ensuring sound counsel, helping clients make the right choices and being alongside whenever a client needs us. It’s as simple as that.
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