Charlotte, NC – July 9, 2019 – The team at Loebsack & Brownlee PLLC is pleased to announce that they have their fourth attorney sworn in and authorized to practice law in Georgia, which means there are a lot of changes on the horizon for the growing law firm. “We’ve been making moves leading up to this announcement for several years,” Chris Loebsack said in a statement this afternoon. “We’ve focused on perfecting our business model for our Carolina clients, and now we’re excited for this move into Georgia to provide that market with the same customer… Read More
In observance of Good Friday, the courts and our offices will be closed on Friday, April 19.
What happens to a law firm logo that is made up of the two states the firm represents when we begin practicing in a third state? Should the existing logo be reimagined to include the new state? What if we grew into a fourth state, or fifth? Do we react with every change and update the logo each time? No way – that would be insanity. We are entering a time in our Firm’s growth to embrace a logo that will carry us through into our future. A new image. A logo that can cut to the chase, be friendlier… Read More
In observance of Thanksgiving, our offices (and the courts) will be closed on Thursday (11/22) and Friday (11/23).
If the storm impacted your area and courts are closed or delayed, we will contact the clerks of court the next business day that they are open and reschedule your cases for the first available date. Please allow us ample time to do this after the courts have reopened, especially if multiple counties are affected. We will work as expeditiously as possible, but it sometimes takes several days to reschedule things because the courts are overwhelmed with phone calls and communications. Once cases have been rescheduled, we will update the eviction portal and the system will send… Read More
Today we have the privilege of passing on a congratulatory message to the 2nd attorney who decided to join Chris Loebsack in helping build what was then Loebsack & Associates – everyone please help us congratulate Jared Schmidt on his promotion to Partner with the Firm! Jared joined our Team in September, 2013, and thanks to his efforts over these last 5 years, we’ve revolutionized how the process of eviction filings (with all of its legal work) is performed. Jared will be in charge of helping us modernize our practice in all 3 states where we now practice and offer our services, as well as continuing his excellent supervision of the L&B Attorney team. Thanks, Jared, for all you’ve… Read More
In observance of Labor Day, our offices (along with the courts) will be closed on Monday, September 3rd. We hope that you have a safe and enjoyable holiday and we look forward to being back in the office on Tuesday, September 4th.
In observance of Independence Day, our offices will be closing at 1pm on Tuesday, July 3rd. We will also be closed all day on Wednesday July 4th, as will all of the courts and government offices. Have a safe and happy 4th and we look forward to hearing from you when we’re back in the office on July 5th. You may access your case information and invoices 24/7 through the Nationwide Eviction website. You may also find many answers in our FAQ and Processes pages above.
The Eviction Team is excited to announce that Mary Elizabeth Cameron, our Senior Associate Attorney, has been elevated to the position of Managing Attorney in our Charlotte office! Mary Liz has been on our team for the past 3 years and her hard work and dedication to the firm has made her an invaluable asset. Please join us in congratulating Mary Liz on her accomplishment!
If severe weather has impacted your area and courts are closed or delayed, we will contact the clerk of courts as quickly as possible after they are open and reschedule your cases for the first available date. Please allow us ample time to do this after the courts have reopened, especially if multiple counties are affected. We will work as expeditiously as possible, but it sometimes takes a few days to reschedule things because the courts are overwhelmed with phone calls and communications. Once cases have been rescheduled, we will update the eviction portal and the system… Read More