Amy Purwin Hunt

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Amy Hunt focuses her litigation practice on resolving real property disputes, concentrating in: analysis of coverage and exclusions in insurance policies, defense counsel for insureds, defalcation and fraud recovery, mechanics lien defense, resolution of access, easement and boundary issues, subrogation litigation, title curative measures and defense of real estate attorneys.

With a central location in Charlotte, Amy is strategically located to practice in all state and federal courts in both North Carolina and South Carolina. She has experience in real estate law, creditors’ rights, foreclosures, litigation, construction law and bankruptcy, along with the judgment to use these skills to the best benefit of her clients. As part of a team of real estate and title resolution lawyers, she is able to leverage Horack Talley’s diverse practice areas to craft comprehensive and creative solutions to real estate problems efficiently and effectively.

Phone (704) 716-0894
Fax (704) 372-2619

 

Practices

Education

J.D., The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, 2005
The Ohio State Law Journal, managing editor

B.A., Communication, Hanover College, 2002, cum laude

Admissions

South Carolina, 2006

North Carolina, 2005

U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina

U.S. District Court, District of South Carolina

Women's Initiative

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