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Horack Talley LGBT Law Firm for NC Gay Couples

By Horack Talley - 2015-01-15

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Equality NC designates Horack Talley as LGBT friendly law firm for gay couples in North Carolina.

"Horack Talley's family lawyers regularly receive referrals from other lawyers and honors from their peers in Super Lawyers Magazine"

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Equality NC, a non-profit dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender North Carolinians, has named Horack Talley as an LGBT-friendly law firm.

Horack Talley has one of the largest groups of family lawyers in North Carolina.

"Now that gay marriage is legal in North Carolina, we're pleased to offer a wide range of legal services to assist couples and their families," says managing partner Smithy Curry.

Services include:

Horack Talley's family lawyers are among the best known and most respected in the state.

They practice family law exclusively. Seven have been certified as Family Law Specialists by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. Four are Fellows in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), an invitation-only organization comprised of elite family lawyers throughout the United States.

Horack Talley's family lawyers regularly receive referrals from other lawyers and honors from their peers in Super Lawyers Magazine, The Best Lawyers in America©, Business North Carolina's Legal Elite and other outlets. Learn more at www.horacktalley.com or by calling 704/377-2500.

Horack Talley, founded in 1932, is located in uptown Charlotte.

The firm provides legal services to clients in North Carolina, South Carolina and beyond. Its practice areas include corporate law, community association law, family law, litigation, real estate law, and personal wealth services.

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