Originally from New York, Attorney Heinle received his Juris Doctor from New England... more
Originally from New York, Attorney Heinle received his Juris Doctor from New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. While there, Mr. Heinle was proud to clerk for the Honorable Judge Raymond Brassard of the Superior Court, as well for Chief Justice Charles R. Johnson of the Boston Municipal Court. As the founding partner of the Heinle Law Office, Attorney Heinle has experience as a cri... view profile
SHEPPARD FUTRELL, PLLC is a general practice law firm. Christina Sheppard Futrell... more
SHEPPARD FUTRELL, PLLC is a general practice law firm. Christina Sheppard Futrell represents individuals in incomeptancy proccedings, civil committments, protective services matters and misdemeanor criminal. Christina is also available to handle adoptions, uncontested domestic matters, wills and estates as well as workers compensation.Christina is certified mediatior by the North Carolina D... view profile
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