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Billy Strickland
Strickland Agner & Associates
112 N. William St
Goldsboro, NC 27530
Licensed to Practice Law in North Carolina Since 2005
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Legal Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Wills / Trust / Estate / Probate
  • Workers' Compensation Law
  • Traffic Law
  • Social Security Disability Law
  • Family Law
  • Wrongful Death
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Credentials & Associations
  • Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2005
  • Wayne County Republican Club, Chairman
  • Regent University School of Law
  • Juvenile Crime Prevention Counsel, Council Member
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About the Attorney

Billy Strickland is a Goldsboro, NC-based attorney who has been practicing in North Carolina since 2005.

Billy handles matters related to wrongful death, DWI/DUI, divorce, separation agreements, adoption, child custody, property division, and wills & estates.

Billy received his B.S. from Campbell University before earning his Juris Doctor from Regent University School of Law.

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