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William E. Mathers
Mathers Law Firm
135 Worth St
Asheboro, NC 27203
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(336) 625-2368
Licensed to Practice Law in North Carolina Since 1979
We haven't found any professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal Practice Areas
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Family Law
  • Traffic Law
  • Estates
  • Workers' Compenation
  • Real Estate Law
  • Social Security
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Credentials & Associations
  • Admitted to North Carolina Bar 1979
  • Attorney Advocate for the Guardian Ad Litem’s Office for Randolph County for 30 Years
  • Campbell University School of Law J.D.
  • Past President of Randolph County Bar Association
  • National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
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About the Attorney

Our office has handled successful bankruptcy plans for over 36 years, both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 plans. These plans can, if you qualify, stop foreclosures and repossessions and save your property. Also, plans stop creditor harassment (no further hateful calls) and resolve debt problems. Free consultation on bankruptcy case inquiries.

We handle traffic cases including speeding, stop sign violations, driving while license revoked, driving while impaired (DWI) and all other traffic ticket issues. Our goal is to minimize your driving points, insurance points (which raise your insurance rates for three years) and loss or suspension of your driving license. Reasonable attorney fees.

Our attorney works personally with you in dealing with the complexities of your social security case, from analyzing your case, to following up with your social security consideration, reconsideration and, if necessary, your hearing before the administrative law judge. Qualifications for benefits and hearing requirements are very complex and detailed. Have our office guide you through this rough course. Don’t lose maximizing your past and future benefits.

Since 1979, we have handled family problems, personally, with understanding care in these upsetting issues. We have represented up to three generations of family needs including: Divorce, Custody, Marital property division, Domestic Violence issues, and Child support and other related areas.

Throughout our 36 years, we have handled personal injury and workers compensation cases with direct involvement in the case by the attorney. From the accident or situation that caused the injury, through settlement or court trial, to the disbursement of the recovery and the complexity of settling all of the hospital, doctor and other liens, we are there. Free consultation for personal injury and workers compensation cases. There are no attorney fees unless you recover.

We can help you with the preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Powers of Attorney and Living Wills. When you lose someone who has named you Executor of their estate, we can guide you step by step and work with you through the handling of their estate to make this process as easy as possible for you.

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