Andrew is an avid writer both professionally and recreationally. He has performed regularly at local music venues as well as for charitable events such as Pawpalooza, an animal rescue fundraiser. He published an article about the evolution of U.S. asylum law in the 2015 issue of the Elon Law Review. In his free time, Andrew enjoys writing songs, playing music and spending time with his friends and family. He is also an avid N.C. State Wolfpack fan. Andrew lives in Greensboro with his wife, daughter and four cats: Tuck, Hank, Larry and Gunny.
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Residential and Commercial Real Estate; Estate Planning, Estate and Trust Administration, Elder Law including long-term care and Medicaid planning; Business Law; Fiduciary Law; Homeowner’s Association and Planned Community Law
Elon University School of Law, J.D., 2014, magna cum laude, Elon Law Review staff member
Western Carolina University, M.B.A, 2009, project managementNorth Carolina State University, B.S., 2006, magna cum laude, English minor
With his business degree and M.B.A., Andrew held positions as both a sales and operations manager with a large national retailer. As an attorney, Andrew worked at a general practice law office for two years where he handled a variety of cases including criminal and traffic matters, family law, real estate, business law, personal injury, estate planning and estate administration, general litigation and civil disputes, and special proceedings such as partition actions, foreclosure defense, name changes and adoptions. Andrew then went on to work with a boutique elder law firm for four years which focused on sophisticated long-term care and Medicaid planning, tax issues, asset protection, estate planning, estate and trust administration, fiduciary law and real estate. Andrew joined Law Firm Carolinas in 2020 to develop his real estate practice, while also offering his expertise in estate planning, estate and trust administration and Medicaid matters.
North Carolina Bar Association (Estate Planning and Young Lawyers Sections), Admitted to practice in all North Carolina Courts of General Jurisdiction and the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina