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Linda Oldham
Crockett, Oldham, Pope & Donadio, PLLC
175 W. New Hampshire Ave
Southern Pines, NC 28388-0485
Licensed to Practice Law in North Carolina Since 2002
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Legal Practice Areas
  • Civil Practice
  • Wills / Trust / Estates / Probate
  • Landlord / Tenant
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Guardianship / Conservatorship
  • Name Change
  • Wrongful Death
  • Adoptions
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Credentials & Associations
  • Admitted to North Carolina Bar 2002
  • Education Committee for the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Campbell University School of Law
  • Continuing
    Education Director for the Moore County Bar
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About the Attorney

Linda Reid Oldham is a Southern Pines, NC-based attorney who has been practicing in North Carolina since 2002.

Linda handles matters related to civil litigation, personal injury, wrongful death, slip and falls, estate planning, estate administration, guardianship proceedings, adoptions, landlord/tenant issues, birth certificates, and name change.

Linda is a native of Aberdeen, NC. She received a B.A. degree from Saint Andrews Presbyterian College, a M.A. from the University of North Carolina-Pembroke, and her Juris Doctor degree from the Campbell University School of Law.

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About the Directory

The North Carolina Law Directory is a free public service of the North Carolina Consumers Council to help you find a lawyer in North Carolina.

Finding the right lawyer to represent you is a very important decision! Whether you are drafting a will, fighting a wage garnishment, or simply trying to beat a traffic ticket, you should select the best possible lawyer.

Since you want to find the best possible lawyer, all participants in this lawyer directory are screened and verified against the North Carolina State Bar to have no public disciplinary actions on their records and to have an active North Carolina law license.

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The content on this legal directory and linked content is not offered as, is not intended to be, and does constitute legal advice. It should not be relied upon as a source of legal advice. No part of this website, nor the websites of the attorneys, creates an attorney-client relationship. Your use of this website to contact an attorney does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and an attorney.

An attorney may, as a matter of policy, first investigate for possible conflicts of interest and obtain a signed agreement before accepting new clients.

All attorneys on the North Carolina Law Directory are licensed to practice law in North Carolina. The ability of an attorney to engage in activities on behalf of clients outside North Carolina is subject to state laws, professional codes and court rules.

Before entering into any agreement with an attorney, you should evaluate the attorney's skills and qualifications and understand all the fees involved. While no lawyer can guarantee success in any legal proceeding, you should ask about the lawyer's past history of success. Past successes should not be construed as a guarantee that the same or similar results can be obtained for another client. The outcome of a particular legal matter depends on a variety of different factors, including specific factual and legal circumstances.

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