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

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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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Holidays and Car Crashes

The holiday season is fast approaching. While most of us will be celebrating with family and friends, there is something none of us want to think about: the holidays often mean increases in car crashes. The North Carolina Department of Transportation reported the following statistics for 2017 (the most recent year for which data is available):
For the four-day Thanksgiving holiday period, there were 2,746 crashes reported

Finding the Best Long-Term Care Facility for a Loved One

Updated for 2016: Placing a loved in a long-term care facility is often one of the hardest decisions a family must make, so you want to find the best long-term care facilities available. As our population has aged, the number and type of these facilities has increased to accommodate the need. There are active adult communities, assisted living centers, special care units (aka “Alzheimer’s Units”), nursing care facilities, and specialized options for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. Also available are progressive care campuses that offer residents a continuum from independent living through full nursing care.

BWS Update | October 2018

In the October version of the BWS Update: October is Disability Employment Awareness Month; the annual Lexington Barbecue Festival is here!; we are proud supporters of the Lauren Cecil Memorial Golf Tournament; and come out for the HAWG Run!

National Disability Employment Awareness Month

October ushers in fall and the beginning of holidays and celebrations. It is fitting that October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. This year’s theme is: ”America’s Workforce: Empowering All.” Visit, What Can You Do to educate and inspire your team to focus on what each person CAN DO to effect and empower the team as a whole.

BWS Update | September 2018

In the September issue of the BWS Update: Hurricane Florence brings thoughts of long-term planning; congratulations to Molly Broadway on her 10-year anniversary; and sign up now for the 2018 Hawg Run.

Estate Planning is Part of Emergency Preparedness

The recent news stories in North Carolina of coastal residents evacuating due to the hurricane reinforces just how important it is to be prepared in the event of an emergency. Storing drinking water, non-perishable food items, and extra medicines will meet an immediate need. Unfortunately, many people stop their planning there. While Hurricane Florence is passing south of the Triad, the damage we are seeing on the news is a good reminder for everyone to add estate planning to their preparations for future events.