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Wilmington, NC ― Local attorney, Helayne Levy Payne J.D., LL.M. in Elder Law, has been selected for the coveted Super Lawyer designation. Helayne Levy Payne is officially recognized as a Super Lawyer. This designation is presented to less than 5% of attorneys in the state of North Carolina who demonstrate dedication to improving service to their clients and visioning their firm and services to deliver a top-notch client experience.

To qualify as a Super Lawyer, Helayne was nominated by someone outside of her firm, underwent a thorough review with 12 indicators of professional achievement, and was subject to peer review before being considered for final selection. Those inducted as a Super Lawyer are recognized for dedication and hard work over the years providing excellent service, not only to clients but also to their local community.

Helayne Levy Payne is the founder of the Elder Law and Life Care Planning Center. The first of its kind in North Carolina, the Elder Law & Life Care Planning Center is North Carolina’s first and only member of the Life Care Planning Law Firms Association, an organization dedicated to supporting law firms that practice this innovation in Elder Law. Our Center offers quality representation to clients throughout southeastern coastal North Carolina. With an advanced Master of Laws degree in Elder Law and years of experience as an attorney and counselor-at-law, she has championed causes through her participation in national, state, and local organizations to further North Carolina’s aging adult legislative and public policy interests.

If you are in need of comprehensive and thorough elder law or estate planning services, you can schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys using the contact information below:

Elder Law and Life Care Planning Center: clientservices@aPracticeWithPurpose.com, 910-755-PLAN (7526), https://www.aPracticeWithPurpose.com

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