Mark D. Gott has dedicated a significant part of his law practice to protecting elderly adults from exploitation, abuse and neglect. Mark helps family members regain control of the uncertainty that often surrounds these very complicated matters. Mark has been involved in hundreds of incompetency proceedings, and he's seen every possible wrinkle. If you find out your loved one is being exploited by a power of attorney, neighbor or family member, call Mark D. Gott. He offers a first time free in person consultation where together, you can go over what you need to know to protect your loved one and regain control.
Mark has also been appointed in over fifty North Carolina counties by the various Clerks of Court in those counties to serve as guardian ad litem for unknown, minor or incompetent heirs in foreclosure or estate proceedings and other court cases.
Additioanlly, Mark serves as either trustee or Guardian of the Estate for several elderly adults. In that capacity, he makes sure their bills are paid and assets protected and preserved for their use.
A significant part of Mark's practice involves foreclosure actions. Mark has represented lenders and has served as Substitute Trustee to bring foreclosure proceedings in commercial and residential foreclosure matters, including both the Epicenter and Ballantyne Village foreclosure cases in Charlotte.
Recent interview about SQUATTERS and evictions.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.