Partners Honored in the 2018 Legal Elite
We are proud to announce that Patrick McCroskey and Janet Amburgey have been selected to Business North Carolina Magazine’s 2018 Legal Elite Family Law Section.
Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite is a listing of the state’s top lawyers categorized by practice area chosen through a balloting process which includes all lawyers living in North Carolina. Now in its 16th year, Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite is the only award of its type that gives every active lawyer in the state the opportunity to participate. The ballot asks lawyers to nominate the best lawyer with whom they worked and observed firsthand in each of the categories listed in the Legal Elite. The lawyer who receives the most votes in a category becomes a member of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite Hall of Fame. Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite is published in January each year.
Patrick McCroskey is a North Carolina Board Certified Legal Specialist in Family Law and Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Patrick has consistently been recognized through peer review in the Legal Elite, Best Lawyers in America, North Carolina Super Lawyers, and holds an AV Preeminent Peer Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Patrick has been practicing family law in Asheville for more than 20 years.
Janet Amburgey is a North Carolina Board Certified Legal Specialist in Family Law. She has previously been recognized by Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite and selected to the Young Guns section and is included in the North Carolina Super Lawyers Rising Stars in 2017. She joined the Gum, Hillier & McCroskey firm in 2012 and focuses her practice exclusively in family law.
Gum, Hillier & McCroskey, P.A. (now known as GHMA | LAW) is an Asheville-based family and bankruptcy law firm servicing clients in western North Carolina. The firm helps individuals and families create lasting resolutions to marital conflict and financial crisis. The attorneys in the firm are North Carolina Board Certified Legal Specialists in their respective fields of family and bankruptcy law, and offer mediation and arbitration services to other lawyers and their clients.
This article is for information purposes only and is not to be considered or substituted as legal advice. The information in this article is based on North Carolina state laws in effect at the time of posting.