Wilkesboro, North Carolina's Attorney Firm
concentrating in Loan Closings, Bond Search, Power of Attorney,
Wills, Real Estate, and Collections
336.838.2701

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Welcome to Joines & James, Attorneys at Law

Wilkesboro, North Carolina's Attorney Firm

The firm of Joines & James, PLLC was established in 2010 when attorneys Timothy B. Joines and Carmen James formed a partnership dedicated to serve the legal needs of their home communities. The firmís attorneys have over 30 years combined experience in the practice of law with concentrations in the areas of will contests, estate and Medicaid planning should a family member be facing long term nursing home care or simply need a will or power of attorney drawn. Joines & James attorneys handle all types of real estate needs from the drafting of a deed, closing home purchases and loans, to litigating right-of-way issues and boundary disputes, residential or commercial.

Joines & James, PLLC is located at 115 East Main Street Wilkesboro, North Carolina. The office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Appointments outside the office may be made for persons with special needs who cannot come to the office. Telephone: 336-838-2701; Fax: 336-838-9661.

The attorneys and support staff of Joines & James are a local law firm proud to be a part of and serve their home community today and in the future.

Featured Legal Article: Wills Trust and Estate Planning

There are many reasons that you need a will, trust or plan your estate now.
Wills let you select a guardian for your children or other dependants if you are no longer able to care for them. Without one the state will be forced to make that decision for you. A will lets you control where your assets go after death. A will lets you appoint the right person as executor to carry out your wishes.
A trust allows you to put asside your money in accounts earmarked for your children or grandchildren's college funds or necessities of life. A trust allows you to plan for your later years and make tax savings decisions.
Estate planning includes:
1. Durable Powers of Attorney to handle business affairs.
2. Heath Care Powers ...

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