Greensboro, North Carolina

The Law Office of W. Randall Holcomb, PLLC

The Law Office of W. Randall Holcomb, PLLC

114 N. Elm Street, Suite 400
Greensboro, NC 27401
(336) 888-8760
The Law Office of W. Randall Holcomb, PLLC, Business Litigation, Services, Greensboro, North Carolina

The attorneys at The Law Office of W. Randall Holcomb in Greensboro, NC, handle commercial, state, and general litigation work and have experience representing clients in a variety of practice areas. Whether you want to discuss a potential civil litigation case, or you don’t know how to structure your new company and need a business lawyer’s expertise, their team is ready and waiting to provide the personalized legal advice that you deserve.

 

At The Law Office of W. Randall Holcomb PLLC, the attorneys pride themselves on getting to know each client as an individual. Their intimate practice means clients don’t get lost in the shuffle, and their detail-oriented approach to every case ensures the greatest chance of a positive outcome.

 

Attorney W. Randall Holcomb has experience in every phase of the commercial litigation process, and business owners who need a business lawyer can count on him and his legal team. In addition to helping clients manage their start-ups and companies, he also has experience representing clients in need of a probate attorney. When you need a probate lawyer who can help resolve claims on a loved one’s estate, this is the lawyer you’ve been searching for.

 

No matter what you need an attorney for, you can trust The Law Office of W. Randall Holcomb PLLC to take care of you. Their team strives to maintain an open line of communication with every client throughout the duration of all legal proceedings. They offer their services in Greensboro, High-Point, Jamestown, Winston Salem, or Kernersville. Call (336) 888-8760 to schedule a consultation with this civil litigation and business lawyer.

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