Families Serving Families: A Unique Local Law Firm

The law firm of Crosswhite, Crosswhite & Johnson has a strong record of representing individuals throughout the Statesville area. Our attorneys are experienced in elder law, medicaid planning and applications, real estate, estate planning, estate administration and probate, criminal law and business law. Our Statesville attorneys represent clients in Mooresville, Troutman, Taylorsville, and Mocksville, in addition to the communities surrounding Winston-Salem and Charlotte. We are a family firm with strong roots to Iredell County. We know the importance of family first and work heavily with our community to support you and your loved ones throughout the many stages of your life. Contact our office today and put our experienced team to work for you. 

Scheduling a Consultation Appointment 

Call us today to schedule an in-person or phone consultation, (704) 873-7233. Note: There may be a consultation fee charged for your initial visit depending on your concerns.  However, if you hire one of our attorneys to complete legal work for you, that consultation fee is applied towards your outstanding balance. There is no fee for consultations involving criminal defense or personal injury.

Experienced Elder Law Attorneys

Our firm is dedicated to serving the elderly and aging community by working with our clients and their families to design and put into action the best possible estate or long-term care plan. Through effective, time-tested tools, such as wills, financial power of attorneys, health care power of attorneys, trusts, and deed work ,our elder law team helps families protect their homes and preserve personal property for their children and other loved ones.

Crosswhite, Crosswhite & Johnson also offers estate administration with the goal of helping complete probate procedures as quickly and as cost effectively as possible. We maintain a high standard of providing the highest quality of detail-oriented service to each and every family we serve. If you have recently lost a loved one, please let our firm help reduce the stress of navigating court procedures and assist in distributing assets so that you can focus on what is truly the most important; grieving and being with those you care about most.

Real Estate Purchase & Transfers

Our attorneys understand the legal details of property transfer and purchase transactions, rental agreements, construction, development, and neighbor disputes. Whether your problem involves a residence or commercial property, real estate issues create high-stakes technical issues in need of thoughtful solutions. You should hire an attorney who can help you steer clear of pitfalls.

Stay Local: Consult an Experienced Iredell County Attorney 

If you have criminal concerns, Medicaid or estate questions, real estate problems, injuries, estate administration or probate questions, you need a solution. The legal process can be complex and extremely difficult to navigate. When you need experienced and vigorous representation, you should consider consulting Crosswhite, Crosswhite & Johnson. Our Statesville lawyers represent clients in criminal and civil matters throughout Iredell County as well as Alexander and Davie Counties. You can schedule a consultation by calling (704) 873-7233. You may also use our online contact form.

Skilled Criminal Defense Lawyers Serving Statesville Residents

A criminal defense attorney can help you from the very beginning by working to reduce your bail before trial. In some instances, you may be able to negotiate a plea deal or have the charges dropped entirely. But when a case does go to trial, your attorney can try to reduce the charges and work to lower or eliminate your jail sentence or fines. In arguing your case, a skilled attorney can cross-examine police and expert witnesses, present evidence in your favor, and try to get unfavorable evidence and testimony excluded under the constitutional protections available to criminal defendants.

There are legal standards that are used in deciding your particular type of case. For example, a drug possession charge is evaluated using North Carolina’s system of drug sentencing levels. In a possession case, your charges are based on the type of substance involved. The most dangerous drugs are assigned to “Schedule I,” and less powerful drugs like marijuana are at “Schedule VI.” Within each level, there exists a range of potential jail sentences and fines.

Similarly, a Driving While Impaired (DWI/DUI) offense has multiple levels, but these levels are assigned based on an investigation of how “aggravating factors” and “mitigating factors” apply to your particular case. The District Attorney discusses aggravating factors, and your defense attorney discusses mitigating factors, such as a clean driving record or a slight degree of intoxication.

We are skilled in asserting the rights of criminal defendants in a broad range of cases, including assaults, theft, robbery, larceny, embezzlement, fraud, property crimes, disorderly person offenses, serious traffic violations, and sex crimes. The prosecution must prove every element of its case beyond a reasonable doubt to secure a conviction, and our Statesville criminal defense lawyers will devote our energies to making sure your rights are protected and you receive a fair day in court.