Asheville attorneys | Long Parker Warren Anderson and Payne

Over 17 Decades of Combined Experience
Asheville, NC

Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Our Asheville law office offers a wide array of practice areas along with a commitment of enthusiasm and hard work in the representation of our clients.

Appellate Practice

Appellate practice deals with representation beyond the trial court.

Business Tort Litigation

A business tort is a wrongful act committed against, or by a business that is considered a civil wrongdoing, which is not necessarily a criminal offense. Business torts that are brought to a civil court can result in an award of and/or equitable relief.

Commercial Litigation

Litigation and trials regarding disputes in the broad areas of business, commerce, and consumer transactions.

Contract Litigation

Contract litigation involves a dispute between two or more people who disagree over the terms of their business relationship.

Construction Litigation

Construction litigation deals with all matters of construction.

Criminal Defense

The practice area of Criminal Defense primarily involves representation of people who are charged with crimes either at the State or Federal level. A person can be charged with a crime by the issuance of a citation, an arrest warrant, an indictment, or an information. Crimes in North Carolina are divided into two primary categories: misdemeanors, which are usually relatively minor violations of the law, and felonies, which are more serious violations.

Election Law

  • Voting Rights
  • Ballot Measures
  • Political Parties
  • Voting Process
  • Legal Actions Related to Elections

Eminent Domain

Deals with land condemnation, whereby the government, or some other entity with the power of eminent domain, takes private property for public use. When land is condemned through eminent domain, owners must be paid just compensation and provided with notice and an opportunity to contest the proceeding, including but not limited to the amount of compensation due the property owner.

Estate Litigation/ Will Contests

Estate litigation, also known as probate litigation, concerns actions brought in court which involve a deceased person's estate or the assets of estates.

Family Law

Family law matters can include pre-marital advice and planning; child-related issues such as custody, support, and visitation; divorce planning, negotiation and/or litigation involving support, spousal maintenance, or division of property; and post decree modifications and enforcement.

General Civil Litigation

Civil litigation is a legal dispute between two or more parties that seek monetary damages or equitable relief.

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice involves claims that question the standard of care rendered by a healthcare provider, including but not limited to a physician, dentist, optometrist, chiropractor, or an employee of a hospital.

Personal Injury

  • Airline Accidents
  • Automobile Accidents
  • Defective Products
  • Catastrophic Injury
  • Heavy Trucking Accidents
  • Wrongful Death

Real Estate Law

Real estate law involves a varied and often highly complex set of activities centering on sales and acquisitions, title, land use, environmental, development, leasing, finance, joint ventures, restructuring and litigation.

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death involves claims when a family has lost a loved one through an event, including motor vehicle accidents, causing death.