Welcome to the Law Office of Wesley Scott Jones, P.C. I represent clients involved in a variety of litigation matters, with an emphasis on Construction Law and Business Law disputes in the greater Wilmington, N.C. area.
I have extensive experience providing litigation and law services to clients in and around Wilmington. My client list includes contractors, subcontractors, architects, developers, and business owners with residential, commercial, and government projects. See more details about my Practice Areas and Services in Wilmington or call me directly with your inquiry: 910-256-5800
We invite you to search our Resources page to find links to relevant and helpful information regarding the Construction and Contractor industries.
In addition to Business Law Services and Construction Law, I also provide legal services for cases involving Real Property Disputes, Residential Purchase Disputes, and more. I represent Plaintiffs and Defendants in District Court, Superior Court, and Federal Court throughout southeastern North Carolina.
My office is located in beautiful Lumina Station across from Landfall just before the Wrightsville Beach bridge in Wilmington, NC. Free Parking surrounds my office.
Contact me today for a free consultation: 910-256-5800 or visit www.wsjlaw.com.
|Owner||THE LAW OFFICE OF WESLEY SCOTT JONES, PC||1994 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|THE NORTH CAROLINA BAR ASSOCIATION||N/A||1994 - Present|
|WSJBlog||COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION IN NORTH CAROLINA: Late Payments to Subcontractors - is it legal?||2014|
|WSJ Blog||Residential Construction Claims in North Carolina||2014|
|WSJBlog||FORMING A CORPORATION IN NORTH CAROLINA||2014|
|WSJ Blog||OPERATING A FRANCHISE BUSINESS IN NORTH CAROLINA||2013|
|WSJ Blog||BUYING AND SELLING A BUSINESS OR BUSINESS ASSETS IN NORTH CAROLINA||2013|
|THE NORMAN ADRIAN WIGGINS SCHOOL OF LAW||JD - Juris Doctorate||1994|
|NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL||BS - Bachelor of Science||1988|
|East Carolina University||n/a||1985|
|Singer v. Key West Casual (New Hanover County)||My client was awarded the entire balance due, plus treble damages for Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices based upon the actions of the Defendants.|
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