We Represent Licensed Professionals

Practice Areas

Judges & Lawyers

We represent lawyers being investigated and prosecuted by the North Carolina State Bar.  We also audit lawyer trust accounts and advise on best practices and ethics. We also represent Judges being investigated by the Judicial Standards Commission.

Physicians & Nurse Practitioners

We represent and advise physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners in investigations and litigation before the North Carolina Medical Board. We also assist physicians going through internal misconduct investigations by their hospitals, practices, or universities.


We represent nurses who are being prosecuted or investigated by the North Carolina Board of Nursing.


We can represent dentists in matters before the North Carolina Dental Board.


We represent Certified Public Accountants in investigations and prosecutions by the North Carolina State Board of CPA Examiners.

Appraisers & Inspectors

We represent home appraisers before The North Carolina Appraisal Board and home inspectors before The Home Inspector Licensure Board.

General Contractors

We represent General Contractors in investigations and litigation with The North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors.

Insurance Agents & Bail Bondsmen

Regardless of what type of insurance you sell, we represent professionals who report to and are regulated by the Department of Insurance.

Engineers & Surveyors

We advise and represent engineers and land surveyors in matters before The North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors.

Law Graduate & Comity Applicants

We also help law students, comity applicants, and multijurisdictional law firms navigate issues with the North Carolina Board of Law Examiners and North Carolina State Bar.

Realtors & Brokers

We represent real estate professionals in a variety of matters before the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.


We represent, advise, and provide legal services to pharmacists being investigated or prosecuted by the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy.

Counselors, Social Workers & Therapists

Whether you are a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, a Licensed Professional Counselor, or a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, if you have issues with your licensing board, we can help.

Veterinarians & Vet Techs

We represent and advise veterinary professionals in investigations and litigation before The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board.


We represent and advise psychologists in matters before The North Carolina Psychology Board; whether you’re the subject of a formal investigation or in active litigation with the Board, we can help.


We represent licensed chiropractors in matters pending before the North Carolina Board  of  Chiropractic  Examiners.

Law Firm Dissolutions & Agreements

Law firm divorces can be messy, and the ethical requirements for everyone involved are often difficult to navigate. We can help.

We appear before various licensing and disciplinary boards:

• North Carolina State Bar and Disciplinary Hearing Commission
• North Carolina Medical Board
• North Carolina Real Estate Commission
• North Carolina Psychology Board
• North Carolina Board of CPA Examiners
• North Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners
• North Carolina Board of Pharmacy
• North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors
• North Carolina Board of Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors
• North Carolina Board of Nursing
• North Carolina Board of Law Examiners

What to do (and not do) when you become the subject of a professional licensing or disciplinary investigation:

1. Do not panic.
2. Do not ignore it.
3. Do not hide or destroy evidence.
4. Do not lie to investigators: the coverup is almost always worse than the crime.
5. Do not attack – physically or in print – the client, patient, or complainant who filed the complaint.
6. Do not attack – physically or in print – the board.
7. Be cooperative.
8. Discern the difference between the allegations that are worth contesting and the ones for which you should just apologize and show
9. Find out what your rights are under the rules, regulations, and statutes of your licensing board.
10. Retain counsel to protect your rights, help you comply with your board’s regulations, and represent you before the board.

Get In Touch

Feel free to reach out to me over email, phone, this website, or text if you have an issue with a licensing board or administrative agency. I never charge anyone a dime to have an initial phone call and figure out if they would benefit from my help. And I’ll be candid with you about whether or not you need a lawyer: I’ve told countless prospective clients that they shouldn’t pay me anything because they don’t need my help. My mobile number is 919-801-6208, and my email is Reach out anytime.