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Operations Update (COVID-19)

Young Moore continues to be available to serve your legal needs throughout the COVID-19 outbreak. As we work diligently to protect the health and safety of our clients and employees, we are limiting the number of visitors in the office, maintaining the recommended social separation of 6 feet, promoting the washing of hands, and asking everyone to wear a mask while in common areas. Our reception area is open.
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What Our Clients are Saying:

Our lawyers at Young Moore have helped us think ahead and respond
to our needs with diligence and effective advocacy for more than 40 years.
No question they are our trusted advisors.

Dale L. Dawson
North Carolina State Board of Examiners of Plumbing, Heating and Fire Sprinkler Contractors

Thank you so very much! I feel fairly confident that everything pertaining to my trust has been addressed and now I can concentrate more on my living than my death. I appreciate your professionalism as well as your sensitivity in helping me deal with so many end-of-life issues. I will continue to recommend you to all of my friends and acquaintances at Carolina Arbors!

Linda Pope

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