T. Paul Hendrick
Paul Hendrick has been practicing law in Winston-Salem since 1975, specializing in the representation of business clients. He provides his clients with a broad range of commercial counseling and representation needs throughout the United States. He has handled all manner and size of business acquisitions, mergers and disputes. He has argued successfully before all North Carolina appellate courts and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Matthew Bryant’s practice focuses on eminent domain and land use issues, as well as business formation, business disputes, real estate litigation and commercial transactions. Mr. Bryant was the lead attorney in the successful landmark North Carolina property rights case Kirby v. NCDOT that involved years of litigation, numerous appeals and ultimately concluded with over 500 settlements for clients across North Carolina totaling over $300,000,000.
Mr. Nerhood manages all of his corporate clients’ needs from the boardroom to the courtroom. His practice focuses primarily on providing counsel to shareholders, directors, and officers of closely-held business entities. He has substantial experience in negotiating contracts, providing guidance on corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, commercial transactions including lender financing, and employment matters. Additionally, he provides estate planning advice to the owners of the businesses he represents.
Kirk Sanders is a lifelong resident of Winston-Salem. Mr. Sanders has been licensed since 1995. His broad level of experience and success allows him to advice clients through the litigation process and forecast the course and cost of litigation. He has tried dozens of cases to a jury and on to appeal.
Mr. Dearman’s practice focuses on civil litigation. His primary areas of practice involve estate litigation, including: will caveats and contests, fiduciary litigation, power of attorney abuses, and trust disputes. He also represents clients in eminent domain claims, real estate disputes, commercial litigation, state-wide partition proceedings, and guardianships. He serves as an appointed substitute trustee for clients in consumer and commercial foreclosure proceedings.