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- Elder Law
- Estate and Trust Planning
- Personal Injury & Workers’ Compensation
- Estate Administration
- Guardianship Administration
- Social Security Disability
- VA Disability
- Real Estate
Had the pleasure of meeting Michael in a business leads group based out of Winston Salem, NC. Although I have never had to hire Michael for legal services, if I did, he is the one I would go with. Based strictly off of his reputation in the community, business ethics and kindheartedness, Michael is one of the most respected attorneys within the area.
Major at US Army, Office of Military Commissions, Office of the Chief Prosecutor
Mike is one of the sharpest and competent attorneys I have known and worked with in my businesses. Additionally of equal importance for me is having a professional to work with who has the highest of business integrity and character—not just in his business/professional life but also personally—Mike exhibits the highest level in these character traits. Mike also has proven to me that he has exceptional business insight and knowledge for which he has proven very valuable. He is considered a caring and generous legal professional who provides the Piedmont Triad freely his legal advice through a first-class radio show termed ‘You and the Law’ which has been acclaimed as the best.
Had the pleasure of meeting Michael in a business leads group based out of Winston Salem, NC. Although I have never had to hire Michael for legal services, if I did, he is the one I would go with. Based strictly off of his reputation in the community, business ethics and kind heartedness, Michael is one of the most respected attorneys within the area.
Sales Director for Kisco Senior Living at Heritage Woods
Mike is one of the most prominent lawyers in North Carolina.
Mr. Wells is an excellent speaker on the topics of Estate Planning, Wills and Documents and basically anything you need to know about preparing your loved ones for your departure. I always call on Mr. Wells when I need a dynamic, entertaining and knowledgeable expert to speak with my employees. Every presentation that he’s done for me, which is probably about eight, the employees have learned so much from him and speak very highly of him. They ask him the tough questions and he always has the answer! On a personal note….I called on Mr. Wells after my father’s death in 2010 to ask him questions on my mother’s behalf. Mr. Wells did not hesitate to assist me immediately. He is very respected, not only from the community and employees, but to those of us who know him and call on him personally.
–Sonya Weaks, MS-HRM
Human Resources Analyst, Rockingham County Government
I enjoyed working with Mike Wells. He explained everything very well to me and my son. If I have any further legal matters I will certainly be in touch with him. I like the way him and his staff operate.
– Miriam Beauchamp
All of us would agree we live in decidedly different times than we have experienced before. Never in our lifetimes have so many people been so uncertain about so many things, and literally so afraid.
We do not have to be a supreme court justice, or a decider-in-waiting at an elite private school, to understand in our lane of life as a decider the importance of humility, balance, and a measured view of our own opinions. Very few decisions or comments, including comments about politics and pandemics, driven to the edges of available options by stridency, ego or largely anecdotal one-time personal experiences, take us to the best place. And just calling those decisions and comments every time we have a disagreement with someone a stand on principle does not make all of them so, does it?
Reaching Us During Winston-Salem’s ‘Stay at home” Directive Effective at 5 p.m. on March 27, 2020, our lawyers, paralegals and staff members will be working remotely in adherence with the City of Winston-Salem’s “stay at home” order. This means that while we cannot...