Charlotte, North Carolina (PRWEB) April 13, 2016
ALAW, a premier law firm providing litigation, collection, title, and closing services for the mortgage banking industry, today announced their expansion into North Carolina with the opening of a new office in Charlotte. The firm also announced the addition of Joe Thompson to lead as managing attorney for the North Carolina expansion.
Joseph Thompson, Esq. is an active member of both the North Carolina Bar and South Carolina Bar, with a primary focus in the areas of real estate, including residential and commercial closings for buyers, sellers, lenders, and developers. Thompson further brings extensive litigation experience in the mortgage servicing industry, having represented national financial institutions, general lender counsel, and one of the largest real estate developers in the Carolinas.
“The expansion into North Carolina is an important step forward in ALAW’s strategic growth plan into key markets where attorneys admitted to the state bar must be present or involved in closings,” said Jonathan Sawyer, Partner at ALAW. “We are also fortunate to welcome Joe Thompson to oversee operations in Charlotte. Joe’s tremendous legal experience and considerable local knowledge are key in providing clients with best in class service from day one.”
With the opening of its Charlotte office, ALAW now maintains “brick and mortar” offices in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and Texas.
ALAW was founded as Albertelli Law in 1997 by James E. Albertelli and is a full-service creditor's rights law firm representing institutional and private lenders in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas. ALAW’s REO, Title, and Closing Division is trusted by the nation’s top banks, certified to comply with the 7 Best Practice Standards of the American Land Title Association (ALTA) Best Practices, and exceeds ISO27002 benchmark standards for business processes, IT controls, and data security. Additional information can be found at ALAW.net.