We help our clients with matters ranging anywhere from employment disputes, personal injury, real estate and family law to estate planning and traffic violations. Learn more about each practice area below.
From Corolla to Ocracoke, whether buying, selling, relocating, or developing residential or commercial property in Dare, Hyde, or Currituck Counties on the Outer Banks and throughout northeastern North Carolina, the attorneys at Rose Harrison & Gilreath, P.C., can assist with all your real estate needs. We want to help with your closing - no matter how large or small. Our closing fees are competitive. Feel free to contact us for a quote. Our team embraces and utilizes the latest technology and attempts to make the process seamless from contract to close.
Estate Planning/Estate Administration/Probate
Everyone needs to consider end of life issues. If you don’t have a Will or other valid estate planning device in place before death or incapacity, North Carolina law will mandate how your estate will be distributed upon your death. Those laws contained in the North Carolina Intestate Succession Act may lead to serious unintended consequences.
Labor and Employment
If you own a business and have questions about how to properly handle employment matters or if you are an employee with questions about your rights under the federal and state statutes, we can help.
Eastern North Carolina is no different than other areas of our country. People are often injured through no fault of their own. Some are injured in a car wreck. Some are injured while working. They may suffer terrible injuries and are in constant pain. Their injuries may prohibit them from working or from enjoying their everyday activities. Some may have health insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, or some other type of financial assistance that will help them pay medical bills, while others cannot afford to pay a doctor to treat their injuries. Over the years, we have helped people throughout eastern North Carolina receive the medical care they need and recover the income they lost after being injured.
Our law firm represents property owners, both residential homeowners and commercial business owners, who have discovered substantial deficiencies in work performed by a General Contractor they hired. There are several common issues that typically arise in litigation involving construction defects. The following is a brief summary of certain legal issues that a property owner may face when he or she discovers defects in construction.
Our attorneys can help you launch a new business venture and advise you of all issues to consider at business startup. We will discuss your business plans, explain the various types of business entities and recommend the form of business organization we believe makes the most sense for you.
Our years of experience have given our firm members broad ranges of experience with most legal issues common on the Outer Banks. We have handled neighbor disputes, landlord-tenant issues, dog-bite (and dangerous dog) cases, and numerous business and other life issues.