Please see my website, at ruthallenlaw.com. Ms. Allenhas many years of experience in... more
Please see my website, at ruthallenlaw.com. Ms. Allenhas many years of experience in the legal field. A 2005 graduate of North Carolina Central University School of Law, Ruth M. Allen was formerly a Certified Legal Assistant for 15 years. Her experience includes estate planning and probate, guardianship matters, and consumer advocacy. She serves as a Guardian Ad Litem in Wake County, and has ... view profile
I was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. After practicing law for four years... more
I was born and raised in Durham, North Carolina. After practicing law for four years in Brunswick County, I moved to Winston-Salem to be closer to family and to begin a new chapter of my life. I am passionate about my profession and I work hard for all my clients. Our firm handles most areas of the law that folks will need in daily life, and can refer you to someone excellent for things we d... view profile
I founded J. Hegg Law, PLLC and strive to maintain a professional and personal... more
I founded J. Hegg Law, PLLC and strive to maintain a professional and personal relationship with clients. I graduated from Michigan Technological University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked for Toyota Technical Center, USA as a body design engineer. I graduated summa cum laude from Michigan State University College of Law with a certificate of trial practice from the Geo... view profile
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