Any time the government is involved in your life is a stressful time. Many clients find themselves feeling overwhelmed, helpless or powerless. Being involved in a legal dispute only amplifies those feelings. Complicated rules and legal technicalities seem to control your life. If you find yourself involved in a family dispute or facing criminal charges, you will want someone with you in court, providing you with experienced legal advice and fighting to protect your rights. If you are facing serious criminal charges, it is no exaggeration to say that your life may depend on the person giving you legal advice.
Randolph County Criminal Law Attorneys
The lawyers of Megerian & Wells know exactly where you are. With more than 50 years of legal experience between them, attorneys Jonathan L. Megerian and Franklin E. Wells Jr. have represented hundreds of clients in serious criminal cases, including not only murder charges and drug crimes, but nonviolent white collar crimes and routine traffic and DWI cases as well. They have taken on death penalty cases and have taught other lawyers how to try death penalty cases in court. The courtroom for them is no place of mystery that they have visited only once or twice. They are at home in court and will be able to provide you with the quality legal advice that can only come from hard-fought experience.
Even if your physical life is not at stake, your emotional life may be under attack in a family law dispute. During this conflict, you should make sure you rely on someone with an objective viewpoint who can give you advice based on the law and not on emotions. Whether the conflict involves child custody, child support, alimony or property, you need to make sure that your interests are represented. The lawyers at Megerian & Wells make it their job to provide calm and well-considered advice when the pressure is on and you feel like you are in the middle of chaos. Margaret Megerian brings a fresh perspective and the latest in legal training to aggressively represent your interests in court.
Contact Asheboro Criminal Defense Attorneys
For a confidential discussion concerning your case, call the North Carolina law firm of Megerian & Wells to schedule an initial consultation at 336-290-5395. You can also contact the firm online.