Harvell and Collins, P.A. is a highly rated and strategic combination of lawyers committed to providing comprehensive legal advice and personalized customer service to its clients in Morehead City, Beaufort, New Bern, and Jacksonville, North Carolina. The law firm is committed to excellence in the practice of law while maintaining the highest ethical standards, diversity and individuality in its lawyers.
Over the course of thirty years, Harvell and Collins, P.A. has evolved from a solo practice to a unique and diverse blend of attorneys and legal assistants. In 1987, Cecil Harvell returned to his hometown of Morehead City, North Carolina. Cecil Harvell discerned the need in Eastern North Carolina for legal services with an emphasis in the estate law arena. As such, Cecil keenly focused and created what is now recognized as an AV Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rated practice in the areas of Trusts and Estates, General Practice, and Aged and Aging.
With the addition of Wes Collins in the year 2000, as attorney and partner, the firm expanded into the litigation arena, now handling cases in every range of the civil spectrum. Wes Collins is also recognized as an AV Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rated attorney. Today, Harvell and Collins, P.A. is a full service firm with a preeminent reputation in Eastern North Carolina offering legal assistance in Estate Planning, Elder Law and Medicaid Planning, Civil Litigation in State and Federal Courts, Estate Administration, Real Estate Transactions, as well as Corporate and Business Transactions
In conclusion, our lawyers set the highest standards for each and every client matter. We involve a team of trained assistants and strive to provide exceptional service with exceptional results. The lawyers at Harvell and Collins, P.A. still practice law as a profession not just as a business. Harvell and Collins, P.A. has a strong connection to Eastern North Carolina and strives to set the standard for providing clients with the personal attention they deserve and the consummate professionalism they expect.