The firm serves Mooresville, Lake Norman, Iredell County and the surrounding counties including Lincoln, Catawba, Mecklenburg, Rowan, Cabarrus and Davie. The town of Mooresville is centrally located to these counties. The firm is a full-service general practice law firm capable of handling all of your legal matters.
The firm's office is located at 330 South Main Street in the historic Isaac Harris House, built before 1906 by Mooresville's first elected mayor. Cliff Homesley led the renovation of this beautiful home. The project was completed in June of 1998 after nine months of intensive restoration and construction. The firm invites the public to come visit the office, whether our services are needed or not.
The firm's historic setting and atmosphere are complemented by the firm's strong commitment to the utilization of the latest available technology and its focus on management and business organization.
Though the firm believes that the efficient use of technology is important, the firm recognizes that clients choose a law firm because of the people who work there.
Cliff Homesley has been a resident of Mooresville since 1962. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina in 1982. He received his Juris Doctor from Campbell University School of Law in 1986 and is the Managing Partner of the firm. With over twenty years of trial experience, Cliff Homesley leads the litigation team. Cliff emphasizes a practice in business litigation, contract negotiation and commercial real estate. Cliff has special knowledge and experience with motorsports issues, having represented a number of companies and individuals involved in NASCAR and other forms of racing.
Andrew Wingo received his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Political Science from Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina in 1995. He received his Juris Doctor and Masters in Business Administration from Campbell University School of Law in 1998. Andrew concentrates his practice in the areas of Litigation in State and Federal Court, Commercial Real State, Business Law, Criminal Law, Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury and Domestic/Family law.