Michelle Brownlee

Apartment Association Liaison

Direct:   843.647.7019
Mobile:   704.578.5259

Serving the Following Counties

Georgia
North Carolina
    Charlotte Region
        Buncombe
        Burke
        Cabarrus
        Caldwell
        Catawba
        Cherokee
        Clay
        Cleveland
        Davidson
        Davie
        Gaston
        Graham
        Guilford
        Haywood
        Henderson
        Iredell
        Jackson
        Lincoln
        Macon
        Madison
        McDowell
        Mecklenburg
        Mitchell
        Montgomery
        Polk
        Randolph
        Richmond
        Rowan
        Rutherford
        Scotland
        Stanly
        Stokes
        Surry
        Swain
        Transylvania
        Union
        Watauga
        Wilkes
        Yadkin
        Yancey
    Raleigh Region
        Alamance
        Beaufort
        Bertie
        Bladen
        Brunswick
        Camden
        Carteret
        Caswell
        Chatham
        Chowan
        Columbus
        Craven
        Cumberland
        Currituck
        Dare
        Duplin
        Durham
        Edgecombe
        Forsyth
        Franklin
        Gates
        Granville
        Greene
        Halifax
        Harnett
        Hertford
        Hoke
        Hyde
        Johnston
        Jones
        Lee
        Lenoir
        Martin
        Moore
        Nash
        New Hanover
        Northampton
        Onslow
        Orange
        Pamlico
        Pasquotank
        Pender
        Perquimans
        Person
        Pitt
        Robeson
        Rockingham
        Sampson
        Tyrrell
        Vance
        Wake
        Warren
        Washington
        Wayne
        Wilson
South Carolina
Loebsack & Brownlee, PLLC

Attorneys at Law
Info@TheEvictionTeam.com
Charlotte, NC: (704) 970-3900
Raleigh, NC: (919) 792-1690
Charleston, SC: (843) 647-7354
Greenville, SC: (864) 977-1308
Augusta, GA: (706) 426-4176
Savannah, GA: (912) 226-3026
NC Fax: (704) 246-3142
SC Fax:  (843) 647-7188
GA Fax:  (404) 480-4619

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