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Stacy C. Eggers IV
Eggers Law Firm
737 W King St
Boone NC 28607
Lawyer's Website | (828) 264-3601
Licensed to Practice Law in North Carolina Since 2001
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Legal Practice Areas

  • Eminent Domain
  • Municipal
  • Elections
  • Business Law
  • Litigation
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Credentials & Associations

  • Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2001
  • Campbell University School of Law
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About the Attorney

The Eggers family has been a fixture of the Watauga County area since the 1700’s. When Stacy Eggers, Jr. began practicing law in Boone on June 1, 1950, he was one of four lawyers practicing in the County. He has set forth a distinguished legacy of superior legal skill, dedication to clients, and outstanding ethical representation which continues with the firm today. In 1974, his son, Stacy Eggers, III joined the law practice and practiced with him until his untimely passing in 1990. His daughter, Rebecca Eggers-Gryder, practiced law with the firm from 1984 until being appointed to the District Court bench in 2015 by Governor Pat McCrory. In 2001, his grandson Stacy Eggers, IV joined the firm after graduating law school with his wife, Kimberly Eggers. His other grandson, Austin Eggers, also practices law with the family firm. We are pleased to have Chris Barnes and Jonathan Green as part of our practice, and together have a wide base of expertise to provide top quality legal services to our community.

Our office considers maintaining the confidentiality of our clients of utmost importance. As such, we strive to always protect the information and identity of our clients. Our public clients include the County of Watauga, the Town of Beech Mountain, the Town of Banner Elk, the Watauga County Tourism Development Authority, the Appalachian District Health Department, Blue Ridge Professional Property Management, Inc., Boone High Country Realty, and many other businesses and individuals.

Our firm has the skill and experience to handle most transactions in the Boone and High Country area, whether it is a will, real estate transaction, traffic ticket, divorce, business law, or complex litigation. We are committed to providing our clients with the best legal counsel and representation available. Our practice areas include Civil Litigation, Land Condemnations, Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Domestic and Family Law, Criminal and Traffic Matters, Construction Disputes, Social Security Disability, Wrongful Death, Business Incorporation and Representation, Wills, Estates, and Trusts, Real Estate Transactions, and Estate Planning.

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