Up & Coming Weekly

September 13, 2016

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SEPTEMBER 14-20, 2016 UCW 39 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM the Fayetteville community. No doubt hardworking and talented, Sternli- cht is the best in his field. David C. Courie started his legal career in 1994 as a law clerk for a lo- cal law firm owned by Attorney Gerald Beaver. Now, 11 years later, he is a senior partner of one of the most prestigious law firms in Cumberland County, Beaver Courie Sternlicht Hearp & Broadfoot PA. While Courie is indeed Fayetteville's fa- vorite traffic attorney, he has a noteable practice in district court and superior criminal court. He practices all lev- els of criminal justice including misdemeanor, felony and federal charges as well as alcohol law enforcement and personal injury. Without a doubt, Courie is a rising star in the North Carolina legal community. Who knows where his talent will take him next? We can't wait to find out! Danielle Rea is the paralegal of attorneys David T. Courie Sr., Mark L. Hearp and Cristina S. Quantock. Her primary ar- eas of responsibility include staff oversight of the Criminal, Traffic, ABC/ALE and Fort Bragg prac- tice areas. Prior to joining the firm, she served as a Criminal Deputy Clerk at the Cumberland Clerk of Court. She has worked in the legal profession for more than seven years in both Cumberland and New Hanover Counties. Rea keeps her skills sharp by working with the Cumberland County Paralegal Association, the NCAJ Legal Assistant Division and the North Carolina Paralegal Associa- tion. She puts her talents to work helping the practice's clients, and they appreciate what she does and have made it clear that she is the Best Legal Assistant. In 2016 she had twins, a boy and a girl. When she is not at work she enjoys her time with her new bundles of joy. Best Traffic Ticket Attorney Mike Williford Williford, Hollers, Crenshaw, Boliek & Frangakis, LLP 138 Dick Street 910.222.1000 or www.whcb- flaw.com No one likes seeing flashing blue lights in the rearview mirror, but a traffic ticket doesn't have to wreck your day or up your insurance premiums. Mike Williford of the Williford, Hollers, Crenshaw, Boliek & Frangakis, LLP law firm has more than 30 years of experience and has the Up & Coming Weekly readership behind him as Fayetteville's best traffic ticket attorney. When someone knows your rights like Mike Williford does and works diligently to protect them, a ticket doesn't have to be a crisis. Best Divorce Attorney Timothy D. Edwards 300 Dick Street 910.483.5176or www.blackwellandedwards.com Attorney Timothy D. Edwards has spent more than 20 years focusing his law practice on complex divorce and family law issues. He is a relent- less advocate, but always compas- sionate about each unique situation. Divorce is not easy. A legal separation is one of the most difficult and emo- tional experiences that a person can go thru. No one should have to go it alone. In Fayetteville, people know that Timothy D. Edwards is ready to assist in the difficult legal issues that come along with a divorce. Tim lives and works in the Fayetteville area and has a commitment to serving the Cumberland County community. He grew up and went to law school here in North Carolina. He has served on numerous boards in Cumberland County and is the current chair of the Child Advocacy Center. He believes that in addition to serv- ing clients in the courtroom, it is necessary to give back to our community at large. Appointments call CALL 555.543.5432 AND SIGN UP FOR A FREE PERSONAL FITNESS REVIEW OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.YOURWEBSITEHERE.COM FOR MORE DETAILS. 1726 Metro Medical Drive / 1629 Owen Drive Fayetteville 910.484.2284 www.capefeareye.com Appointments call

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