Bankruptcy Attorney Asheville, NC | Westall, Gray & Connolly, P.A.
Westall, Gray & Connolly, P.A.
has been providing bankruptcy services in Western North Carolina for over 40 years.
One of primary areas of practice is bankruptcy law, but we also have attorneys that practice in state civil and criminal matters and estate planning. We are committed to our clients and want to provide the best service possible.
Several of our attorneys have been living and practicing in both Buncombe county and the surrounding counties in Western North Carolina for decades. Together, they have experience on a wide variety of legal matters including business and consumer bankruptcies, partnership and LLC formation, estate planning, traffic violations, state criminal matters, and personal injury settlements.
To learn more, please visit our pages with information on individual attorneys.
Bankruptcy Attorney Asheville, NC
David Gray has been practicing law, with a concentration in bankruptcy, for decades. He has represented thousands of individuals and businesses from Asheville and the surrounding counties of Western North Carolina through Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies. David is a certified bankruptcy specialist and was a member of the committee charged with creating the criteria for this specialist certification. To learn more about David and bankruptcy, please browse through our website for additional information.
Criminal Defense Attorney Asheville, NC
Joe Connolly leads the firmâ€™s criminal defense practice. Joe has been providing criminal defense representation in Western North Carolina for over forty years. He represents clients facing a variety of criminal charges
Estate Planning Attorney Asheville, NC
Estate planning offers the opportunity to address how and to whom personal assets will pass after death. From a practical standpoint, a comprehensive estate plan minimizes the administrative burden of probate and considers the most advantageous outcomes for tax purposes.
Business Law Attorney Asheville, NC
We offer assistance to businesses at any stage of the process. This includes anything from selecting which business entity is most suitable for your needs and filing the necessary paperwork with the Secretary of State to helping customize operating agreements or by laws that will allow your business to operate in the most effective manner.