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936 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Way Ste 1D
Gastonia, NC 28054
Lawyer's Website | (704) 691-7220
- Personal Injury Law
- Wills / Trust / Estate / Probate
- Bankruptcy Law
- Real Estate / Real Property
- Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2008
- Quinnipiac University School of Law
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
The Attorney and her family have lived in Gaston County for the past ten (10) after relocating to North Carolina from Bridgeport, Connecticut. Since opening her practice in Gastonia on September 11, 2009, Attorney Bash-Flowers has helped hundreds of clients in the greater Charlotte Metropolitan area including residents of Mecklenburg, Gaston, Cleveland, Lincoln, and Rutherford Counties in many different types of cases some involving litigation and some resolved by negotiation.
She holds a Juris Doctor degree from Quinnipiac University, School of Law in Hamden, Connecticut; a Master of Urban Planning degree from New York University (NYU) in New York City and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish with a Psychology Minor from Rutgers College, Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
She speaks fluent Spanish and is a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association, the North Carolina Bar Association and is a former Gaston County Regional Chamber of Commerce Ambassador as well as a former Gaston Breakfast Rotary Club member.
Finding oneself in a financial situation where your debt has completely overwhelmed your life is never easy, but the good news is that there is a way out. While not always the first solution to debt, when there are no other workable solutions, Bankruptcy can give you the chance to start over financially.
Attorney Bash-Flowers provides comprehensive BankruptcyServices in the greater Charlotte area, including Gaston, Cleveland and Lincoln Counties. With options for individuals and businesses,Attorney Bash-Flowers will help you understand your options so you can break free from the overwhelming nature of huge debt.
Immigration Law is a complex area of law and it requires a knowledgeable Attorney who is committed to keeping up with rapidly changing laws and procedures. Whether it is a deportation issue, obtaining a Visa or obtaining Permanent Residency, the Law Office of Verna Bash-Flowers is there to help clients resolve these issues in a timely and professional manner.
For those who feel comfortable representing themselves with assistance, Attorney Bash-Flowers also provides reasonably priced assistance in completing the necessary documents and helping them to understand and navigate those processes. In the event that the individual decides that they are in over their heads, the Attorney is ready, willing and able to set in and represent them.
When you have been seriously injured, you face an uphill battle filled with doctor appointments, therapies, lost income and bills as well as the resultant emotional strain.
Attorney Verna Bash-Flowers offers comprehensive personal injury services to individuals throughout the greater Charlotte area, including Gaston, Cleveland and Lincoln Counties. With her help, you can get the compensation you deserve, so you can focus on healing.
If you die without leaving a Will, your assets may not be distributed according to your wishes. The probate court will appoint an administrator of your estate and distribute the property in compliance with state laws. In addition the costs associated with probate are significantly higher than having an executor named in a Will and must be paid from the estate before any assets are distributed. The probate process is also time consuming. For your peace of mind and that of family members, it’s always smart to have a Will.
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