Fred B. Amos II

Also known as Tuey

Fred B. Amos II
PRO

Family Law Attorney

Raleigh, NC

AVVO

RATING

7.4

Call

No Misconduct

Languages

English

Answers and Advice

764 questions answered.

About Me

FIFTEEN YEARS OF EXPERIENCE PRACTICING IN WAKE COUNTY.  REPRESENTING CLIENTS IN THE AREAS OF FAMILY LAW AND DWI DEFENSE.

Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Fees

Hourly ($150/hour), Retainer (Always)

Client Reviews

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Terrific Attorney!

Posted by: a DUI client 11 months ago.

Nobody wants to need an attorney, but when you need one, having Fred Amos as yours will definitely help you. First of all, he worked with me to allow...

Review of Fred B. Amos

Posted by: Mia over 1 year ago.

I knew that Fred Amos was the attorney for me when I was first greeted by him, and his wonderful "office assistant", ' Chance'. I retained Fred Amos...
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Endorsements

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Thomas C. Goolsby
Thomas Goolsby

Wilmington, NC

3 months ago

Relationship: Other

I endorse Fred. He cares about his clients, works hard, is highly skilled and respected by fellow attorneys.
Michael S. Waddington
Michael Waddington

Evans, GA

4 months ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse Fred. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.
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Résumé

License

1998 License Status: Authorized to practice law for the state of North Carolina.
Last updated by Avvo: 09/04/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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1998 – 2002

Warren, Perry & Anthony, PLLC

Education

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1998 JD/MBA - Juris Doctorate and MBA in

Campbell University

Awards

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2014 Best of the Triangle 2014 Finalist

Indy Week

Associations

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1998- present Member

North Carolina Bar Association


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Portfolio

Publications

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1999 State Oil Company v. Khan, Reconsidering the Per Se Illegality of Vertical Maximum Price Fixing

North Carolina Bar Association, Antitrust News

1998 A Review of Copyright and the Internet

Campbell Law Review