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Family Law & Divorce Law
Going through a divorce can be a daunting task. Choosing an attorney who is calm, patient, and knowledgeable will give you the peace of mind you need during this trying time.
A DWI can completely destroy the life you have created for yourself. A DWI can take away your right to drive and cost you thousands of dollars over the next several years. Hiring an experienced attorney who has dealt with DWIs before to help you help you take the right steps.
From Driving While Licensed Revoked to serious felonies, having a lawyer to help you understand the situation you are facing is essential to helping you come out on the other side with as little damage as possible. An experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights and explain how to help yourself in the best way possible.
Nearly everyone will receive a ticket for something in his or her lifetime. Having an attorney by your side can significantly lessen the risk you face of heightened insurance premiums, fines and fees to the court, or both.
About Edward M. BaRtholomew II
Edward M. Bartholomew II is from Louisburg, North Carolina.
After spending his undergraduate career at Hampden-Sydney College in rural Virginia, he came back home to Louisburg and worked in several different industries.
He realized quickly that working in so many different industries would not get him to his ultimate goal of being able to help others. He attended law school, graduated in the top 1/3 of his class, passed the bar, and went to work in an internship in Louisburg, North Carolina under a local attorney.
He quickly received a full time job in Raleigh, North Carolina in a firm that primarily handled criminal matters in Wake County. After nearly two years with that firm, he realized that he wanted to come back home and help the people that had gotten him where he was to that point.
In 2017, he had the opportunity to purchase a law office in his home town of Louisburg and he came back home to serve the people of Franklin, Vance, Warren, and Granville counties for civil and criminal matters and Wake County for criminal and traffic matters. He looks forward to helping you in whatever way he can.