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Turner R. Albernaz

Turner is member of Young Moore’s Medical Malpractice defense team. He represents health care providers in civil litigation matters including medical malpractice and general liability. Prior to joining the firm, Turner served as a law… Read More

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Alexander R. Atchison

Alex is a partner at Young Moore and focuses his practice on business law, commercial real estate, and wealth preservation. Alex represents clients in a variety of transactional matters including entity selection and formation, mergers… Read More

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Brian O. Beverly

With an extensive trial résumé, Brian centers his practice on insurance coverage analysis and litigation, insurance bad faith and extra-contractual litigation, insurance regulatory matters including representation of the North Carolina Rate Bureau and the North Carolina Reinsurance Facility, the… Read More

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Stephen A. Brown

Stephen Brown focuses his practice on business formation and structuring, wealth transfer planning, and litigation involving fiduciaries, trusts, estates and guardianships. He is a Board Certified Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law. Stephen regularly advises… Read More

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Tyler F. Chriscoe

Tyler is a member of Young Moore’s Estates and Trusts team where he focuses his practice on estate planning, wills, trusts, estate administration, business planning, and business transactions. Before joining Young Moore, Tyler practiced estate… Read More

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Angela Farag Craddock

Angela Farag Craddock is a partner at Young Moore, focusing her practice on helping businesses and institutional clients navigate state administrative litigation and appeals. Angela represents employers and insurance companies in all stages of litigation… Read More

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Robert C. deRosset

Robert deRosset serves clients primarily in the fields of construction, business, and product liability law. Robert is licensed to practice law in both North Carolina and South Carolina and assists clients in both states.  He… Read More

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