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The Lemons Law Firm, PLLC, focuses on providing solutions for employment and business law concerns, entertainment law matters. Our multifaceted approach is to ask questions, educate, inform and advocate. We bring innovative perspectives to our legal advocacy and fresh energy to negotiation and litigation.

Serving clients in North Carolina since 2002, our founding attorney, Carena Lemons has received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and has been awarded the Lead Counsel Rating in the Legal Discipline of Bankruptcy Law – Personal. When attorney Lemons is not practicing law, she enjoys spending time with her family, ministering at her church and acting in films.

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Serving With Attentiveness, Integrity And Compassion

At Lemons Law, our attorneys have built a reputation for our integrity, compassion and personal touch. We provide legal counsel to individuals, businesses, artists, creatives and others. You can rely on us for:

  • Contract drafting
  • Contract negotiating
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Debt relief solutions that are designed to help individuals and families prosper
  • Family law disputes
  • Helping employees in disputes with their employer
  • Helping small-business owners in handling issues with their employees
  • Aggressive personal injury representation

Working with the right attorney can restore your hope for a brighter future.

Call Us Today

Don’t let your challenges overwhelm you. Every experience, good or bad, is an opportunity to learn. At Lemons Law, we believe you deserve fair and equal representation. We will provide that for you. Call us to learn how our legal knowledge can help you efficiently resolve your legal problem. Reach out to us at 919-891-8983 or email us to schedule a consultation.

The Lemons Law Firm, PLLC, is a debt relief agency helping people file for bankruptcy through the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.