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Amanda B. Houser
The Houser Law Firm, P.C.
1007 Hargett St Ste 2
Jacksonville, NC 28540
Lawyer's Website | (910) 333-9679
Licensed to Practice Law in North Carolina Since 2011
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Legal Practice Areas

  • Child Custody Law
  • Separation
  • Divorce
  • Traffic Law
  • DWI
  • Powers of Attorney
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Credentials & Associations

  • Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2011
  • North Carolina Central Univeristy School of Law
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About the Attorney

We are a General Practice Law Firm located in Jacksonville, NC that serves Onslow and surrounding counties in South Eastern North Carolina. We know that in these tough economic times, saving money where ever possible is important to most people. Our philosophy has always been to provide our clients with prompt, courteous and professional legal services at an affordable fee. While we never compromise on our legal professionalism, we do strive to manage our cost and expenses so that we can offer high quality legal services at fees that are reasonable and affordable.

We are also very concerned about our client’s satisfaction and want our client’s to feel comfortable and confident about our law firm. While the North Carolina State Bar specifically prohibits attorney’s from guaranteeing the outcome of a case, we can guarantee you the following: We are very competitive with our Lowest Fee Guarantee – we will meet or beat any other attorney or law firm’s advertised fee and also with our Stand By Our Work Guarantee – if you ever unsatisfied with our law firm’s legal services, we will make it right at no additional charge!

We handle matters related to divorce, separation agreements, traffic tickets, DWI, wills, and power of attorney.

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