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Kelly helped me through a very rough stage in my life. She made my separation and divorce process quick and... more
Charlotte  Kelly Renea Routh

Kelly Routh

Charlotte, NC Family
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I was in a profession where I interacted with lawyers on an almost daily basis for 25 years. Before using... more
Charlotte  Stephanie Leigh Kelly

Stephanie Kelly

Charlotte, NC Family
Avvo rating 7.0
Kelly was representing me in a divorce and child custody case, and since my ex and I are fairly amicable, we... more
Charlotte  Kelly Renea Routh

Kelly Routh

Charlotte, NC Family
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Jennifer is an excellent attorney and I was extremely comfortable having her handle my case. She was very... more
Charlotte  Jennifer Diane Gilbert

Jennifer Gilbert

Charlotte, NC Litigation
Avvo rating 7.5
We received a letter from the courts stating that a previous roommate show up to court. Then we received a... more
Charlotte  John W. Fletcher III

John Fletcher

Charlotte, NC Litigation
Avvo rating 6.5
I would recommend Sabrina to anyone. She's an incredible lawyer and person. You are not just a client to... more
Charlotte  Sabrina Blain

Sabrina Blain

Charlotte, NC Family
Avvo rating 6.5
I found the law firm of Jetton & Meredith while researching the top attorney's in Charlotte. Eric Meredith... more
Charlotte  Eric Steven Meredith

Eric Meredith

Charlotte, NC Child Custody
Avvo rating 7.8
Allen is so knowledgeable and really helped me throughout the whole process and even afterwards! He has... more
Charlotte  Allen C. Brotherton

Allen Brotherton

Charlotte, NC DUI & DWI
Avvo rating 10.0


practicing lawyers in Charlotte

In 1799, a boy named Conrad Reed found a 17-pound rock in a creek bed in nearby Cabarrus County. His family used it as a doorstop for three years until a jeweler discovered that the rock was actually a gold nugget.

Quartz veins containing yet more gold were soon found beneath the Reed farm, and the first gold rush in U.S. history began. Charlotte was soon transformed from a small village into a regional financial center.

While the gold mining in Charlotte eventually slowed, the city remains a financial center to this day.

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