Beth is an experienced business professional that became an attorney so that she could focus her post-business career on her passion for helping others. After a successful career as a marketing and business development executive in the IT industry, Beth went to the North Carolina Central University School (NCCU) of Law in the Evenings while continuing to work full time and graduated with highest honors (Summa Cum Laude). During that time, Beth also received the Student Service Impact Award for her pro bono work with Legal Aid, the Innocence Project, and the Elder Law program - where she developed her legal skills in estate planning and in helping those in need in the areas of family law and domestic violence. She interned at the NC Department of Justice, focused on education, and in solo law offices. Beth was a senior editor and a published author in the NCCU Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Law Review. Beth opened her general law practice with a focus on estate planning and business law, while also working with victims of abuse with Honeycutt Everett and Associates.
Beth has lived in North Carolina since 1997. She was born and raised in Michigan and lived in California, and the United Kingdom before moving to the Raleigh/Durham area.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.