Narron Wenzel’s Kemp Mosley Selected to Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite 2024

Narron Wenzel, P.A. proudly announces that Kemp Mosley, a distinguished member of the firm, has been selected for inclusion in Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite for 2024. This prestigious recognition is testament to Mr. Mosley’s outstanding legal expertise and his unwavering commitment to serving his clients with excellence. Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite, a listing that has been a revered …

Kemp Mosley elected to American College of Trust & Estate Counsel

During its 2023 Annual Meeting, the Board of Regents of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) elected 19 new Fellows, including Kemp Mosley, of Narron Wenzel, P.A. Attorneys are elected as Fellows based upon outstanding reputation, exceptional skill, and substantial contributions to the field of estate and trust law by lecturing, writing, teaching, and participating in bar …

James Narron, Kemp Mosley, and Benton Sawrey named Super Lawyers

James Narron, Kemp Mosley, and Benton Sawrey have all been recognized in the 2023 North Carolina Super Lawyers publication. Super Lawyers is a national rating service, selecting the top 5% of attorneys that have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.   For the 17th year, James Narron was selected to Super Lawyers, for his practice in the fields of estate planning, probate law, and taxation. …

Narron Wenzel, P.A. Featured in Attorney at Law Magazine

Welcome2NowLaw! was the password to get online at the law offices of Narron Wenzel P.A. “We like to say business and community intersect at our offices,” said James “Jimmy” Narron who started the firm in 1975 in Smithfield when Johnston County was mostly farmland producing tobacco, corn, and soybeans. “I was the token small-town lawyer, so I hope my insight has meant something to those folks.”

James Narron & Kemp Mosley Selected to Business North Carolina’s 2023 Legal Elite

James Narron and Kemp Mosley have been selected to Business North Carolina’s 2023 Legal Elite List, which honors lawyers chosen by their peers. Since 2002, Business North Carolina magazine has sent ballots to every member of the State Bar residing in North Carolina, and the top nominees are honored as “Legal Elite.” Approximately 3% of North Carolina lawyers were selected to the …

David Mills featured in American Bankruptcy Institute Journal: “Hardship Discharge: A Case Study and Analysis of § 1228(b)(2)”

Farming is a tough business. Farmers are at the mercy of nature and uncontrollable events. Hurricanes, drought, extreme heat waves, crop blight, international trade wars, and global pandemics relentlessly attack the farming economy. If these risks are combined with a random act of senseless violence resulting in severe bodily injuries on a farmer, the struggle becomes insurmountable.

What is Summary Ejectment?

Now that the CDC Moratorium on Evictions is over, Landlords face the worst challenge yet. How to evict tenants properly for those who have failed to make up payments during the pandemic. The eviction process in North Carolina is called Summary Ejectment. While on its face Summary Ejectment may appear simple, complications can arise. If not done properly, you may face severe civil penalties. Below we walk through the high-level process and some of the up front tasks and a Landlord can do to ensure they are complying with the law.