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The attorneys at Brinkley Walser Stoner handle cases in a wide range of practice areas, including estate planning, elder law, family law, business and employment law, real estate law and loan closings, Social Security disability, municipal law, college and public school law, and more. Contact us today to see how we might help you.

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Brinkley Walser Stoner offers expert, affordable, common sense legal solutions with a personal touch, and we always have time to help our clients. We’ll partner with you to achieve the best legal solution for your situation.

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Our team of attorneys, paralegals and staff is here to help you with your personal or business legal needs. We have offices in Lexington and Greensboro, NC for your convenience. Learn more about our practice areas.
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Meet Our Team

Before you choose an attorney, you probably want to learn a bit more about the individual who will be handling your case. Read more about our legal team or read about Brinkley Walser Stoner’s history (we’ve been around since 1886).
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Brinkley Walser Stoner has provided legal counsel to many people throughout the years in Davidson, Guilford and surrounding counties. Hear what our clients have to say about our work.

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Brinkley Walser Stoner Recognizes Melinda Caddell for 30 Years with the Firm

The US Federal Trade Commission issued a rule that effective September 4, 2024, most non-compete clauses in the US are no longer enforceable. This means if, in the past, an employer required all new employees to sign a non-compete document, it is no longer valid (with the exception of senior executives*). In addition, employers may not require any new employee (including senior executives) to sign a non-compete.

Eminent Domain: Can the Government Take My Land?

The US Federal Trade Commission issued a rule that effective September 4, 2024, most non-compete clauses in the US are no longer enforceable. This means if, in the past, an employer required all new employees to sign a non-compete document, it is no longer valid (with the exception of senior executives*). In addition, employers may not require any new employee (including senior executives) to sign a non-compete.

The Latest Law on Non-Compete Clauses 

The US Federal Trade Commission issued a rule that effective September 4, 2024, most non-compete clauses in the US are no longer enforceable. This means if, in the past, an employer required all new employees to sign a non-compete document, it is no longer valid (with the exception of senior executives*). In addition, employers may not require any new employee (including senior executives) to sign a non-compete.

Child Custody and Vacation

Child Custody and Vacation

Summer is coming up quickly and with it, questions about child custody and vacations. Many custody agreements provide some detail around who will have the kids and when. For example, the custody agreement may specify the non-custodial parent will have the children every other weekend and for two full weeks in the summer.