Carthage Car Accidents Lawyers

Unfortunately, many people seek the services of a lawyer in their community after an unpleasant incident disrupts their lives — an accident involving a serious injury, for example, or an arrest on charges of drunken driving. Who can you turn to at such a critical juncture if you have never used a lawyer before?

The attorneys at Rowland & Yauger, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, are hometown community members who provide confident, comforting and capable legal guidance in a variety of practice areas.

Bankruptcy Law

We understand that no one plans to take on more debt than they can handle. We do not make judgments about how you landed in a difficult financial situation. Our priority is to help you reset your financial life. We will help you determine if bankruptcy is the best option for reducing, restructuring or eliminating debt.

We help people in these areas:

Personal Injury Law

If you have been injured due to the negligence of others, you have the right to seek full and just compensation for your injuries. Our Carthage car accident attorneys handle a broad range of personal injury cases involving:

Criminal Defense Law

When your rights are on the line, you can trust our experienced attorneys to defend you aggressively and obtain justice or mercy on your behalf as the situation may require. We handle a variety of criminal defense law issues, including:

Family Law

We understand how difficult it is to resolve all of the issues that come with the decision to end your marriage. We provide knowledgeable representation in a sensitive and completely confidential manner in a variety of family law practice areas, including:

Our experienced, trial-tested attorneys welcome the opportunity to review your case, answer further questions and recommend the best steps to take during a free consultation at either our Carthage or Asheboro office. Call 910-722-9717 or use our contact form to schedule an appointment.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.