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Beth Hodges, Gena Graham Morris and Kristin Decker Ogburn among the 2018 North Carolina Legal Elite

Family law and bankruptcy attorneys recognized Business North Carolina Magazine 1/12/2018

Three Horack Talley lawyers have been recognized for their work by their peers in Business North Carolina:

Family law attorneys Elizabeth T. Hodges and Gena Graham Morris' practices are  dedicated exclusively to family law. Beth and Gena are fellows in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and both are certified family law specialists by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.

Bankruptcy lawyer Kristin Decker Ogburn’s practice is focused in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and commercial real estate law. She represents secured and unsecured creditors, including national and regional banks, lending institutions and commercial landlords in consumer and business bankruptcy cases throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.

About Legal Elite

“Legal Elite” attorneys are selected through ballots sent to more than 20,000 attorneys who are active members of the North Carolina State Bar. Members of the Bar are asked to select the best lawyer in each field. Lawyers may not select themselves and can only vote for members of their own firms if they also chose someone outside their firms in the same category. With more weight given to outside votes, fewer than 3 percent of the state’s lawyers were named to the list this year.

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