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Serving Union County & Surrounding Areas Since 1980
Plyler, Long & Corigliano, LLP
At Plyler, Long & Corigliano, LLP, we have been serving Union County and the surrounding areas in North Carolina since 1980. We are committed to providing each and every client with legal representation that is:
- Fully personalized
No matter what your legal issues might be, to set up a fully confidential, no-obligation initial consultation, please contact our attorneys in Monroe NC today.
With over 140 years of combined legal experience, you can trust your case with us.
Business LawLearn More
A business requires legal representation from beginning to end. A smart business owner realizes the significance of realistic and educated experience when dealing with every aspect of business law.
Civil LitigationLearn More
Our North Carolina civil litigation attorneys are strong and effective advocates for our clients. We have deep experience handling complex civil matters - representing individuals, families, companies, property owners, and other entities.
Family LawLearn More
Instead of hiring someone who does family law on the side, look for an attorney with substantial experience in this area. To help you identify whether we are the right lawyer for you...
Personal InjuryLearn More
When you or a loved one are injured or a loved one is killed due to the negligence of another individual, you may be facing tremendous financial burdens due to medical costs, lost wages, and other expenses.
Social Security DisabilityLearn More
Social Security Disability
If you are unable to work because of a physical or mental impairment, you may be entitled to receive social security disability benefits. The process of obtaining social security disability benefits can be complex, time consuming and frustrating...
Estate PlanningLearn More
The last will and testament is one of the most important documents in estate planning. A will allows the person making the will (the testator) to name recipients of his or her property, to explain how property...
Probate and Estate AdministrationLearn More
Probate and Estate Administration
When a loved one passes away, their assets and debts must be dealt with according to law. The person who handles the Estate Administration (an administrator if the deceased died without a will...
Criminal LawLearn More
Anytime a person has been charged with a crime, it is a stressful situation. The criminal defense attorneys at Plyler, Long & Corigliano, LLP will provide counsel during this stressful time...
Traffic TicketsLearn More
Your first instinct might be to quickly pay the ticket and suffer the points added to your driving record. After all, traffic ticket lawyers charge for their services, and you may think it’ll cost more to hire one to fight your ticket than to simply admit guilt.
Real EstateLearn More
When involved in a real estate transaction, such as buying, selling or renting property, it is vital to have a thorough understanding of your rights and obligations, which can avoid any future problems...
All businesses, regardless of size or industry, need legal representation and legal guidance when navigating the legal landscape of regulations, business formation, taxes, business contracts, shareholder agreements, disputes, and more. At the office of Plyler, Long & Corigliano, LLP, our lawyers can represent you when you are facing a specific business legal matter–such as pursuing a commercial real estate transaction lawsuit–as well as provide you with general counsel that is designed to help your business and mitigate your business’s risk. Making a legal error could be costly – the best way to protect your business, your reputation, and yourself is to partner with our experienced business law attorneys from the onset. We provide representation for your business from business formation to winding down, if necessary. We have been practicing law for many years, and can’t wait to be able to help you!
Civil law is a very broad term that refers to legal actions that are pursued through civil, rather than criminal, court. Through civil litigation, civil matters, such as personal injury cases, business disputes, divorce cases, and more are resolved through the civil court system. Our Monroe, NC civil litigation lawyers have years of experience working on civil claims and are prepared to handle all types of civil matters, including family law, personal injury law, business law, estate litigation, and more. While we are prepared to litigate civil cases in the courtroom, we also understand the value of settling cases out of court. We always prioritize our clients’ best interests and pursue the best outcome for our clients, whether that is litigation or an out-of-court settlement.
Facing a criminal charge can be a very upsetting and scary experience for a defendant, regardless of whether or not the individual has been involved in the criminal system in the past. Our local lawyers strongly believe that all persons should be treated as innocent until proven guilty and that all those facing criminal charges deserve representation from a highly-skilled, highly competent criminal defense lawyer. When you choose our law firm for representation during your criminal case, we will work hard to make sure you understand the legal process, the charges you’re facing, and the potential consequences whether you are found guilty, innocent, or even if charges are dropped. Throughout your representation, our criminal defense lawyers will fight to ensure that your Constitutional rights are protected, to build your defense, and to advocate for the best possible outcome for you. Don’t make the mistake of attempting to represent yourself or using any other law firms. Call us today for your free consultation with our experienced attorney.
Family law matters are often emotional, complex, and frustrating for all involved. Our lawyers know that when you are involved in a family law matter, you want a lawyer you trust to support you throughout the process. Our lawyers have experience working on a range of family law matters, including divorce and the issues that accompany it, such as property division, child support and child custody, and alimony/spousal support. We also provide representation in domestic violence cases, paternity cases, adoption cases, and more. When you’re involved in a family law matter, there’s a lot on the line and the outcome of your case could impact your life forever. Choose our law firm for the quality representation and support that you need and deserve.
One of the most devastating things that can happen to an individual is being involved in a serious, unexpected accident that is caused by the negligence or recklessness of another party. For those who suffer a personal injury as a result of another’s actions, the damages and long-term consequences may be severe and might include high medical bills, lost wages and a loss of earning capacity, property damage costs, and a number of noneconomic losses, such as pain, suffering, emotional distress, diminished quality of life, and permanent disability. Our lawyers understand the extent of loss that can result from a serious injury, and will aggressively advocate for your right to compensation for your losses. Our personal injury attorneys can represent you in motor vehicle accident claims, pedestrian accident claims, bicycle and motorcycle accident claims, wrongful death claims, and more. Don’t hesitate to call us if you or a loved one have been seriously harmed.
Social Security Disability
Social Security disability benefits are designed to provide a source of income to those who are disabled and unable to work. There are two types of Social Security disability programs maintained by the Social Security Administration – Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Each program has different eligibility requirements for applying, and the reality is that millions of these claims are denied each year. If you are disabled and the Social Security Administration has denied your benefits claim, the lawyers at Plyler, Long & Corigliano, LLP, can represent you in your social security appeal.
Creating an estate plan is one of the most important things that you can do for yourself and your loved ones. While no one wants to think about their own death, creating an estate plan is one way to ensure that your loved ones are provided for and that your estate and affairs are managed per your wishes. Our estate planning lawyers in Monroe, NC provide guidance, knowledge, and support in drafting your estate planning documents, including a last will and testament, a living will, powers of attorney, trusts, and more. We also provide representation during the probate and estate administration process. No matter what your elder law matter might be, we can help you!
Schedule Your Confidential Consultation Today
At Plyler, Long & Corigliano, LLP, we are proud to be experienced, knowledgeable, and dedicated advocates for our clients. To request a fully confidential initial consultation, please contact our law firm right away. With an office centrally located in Monroe, North Carolina, we serve Union County and the surrounding communities.
schedule your appointment All of our attorneys are involved in Union County schools, churches and community activities. Richard G. Long, Jr. Partner Dale Ann Plyler Partner Frank Corigliano Partner Lisa Hough Beaman Associate Attorney Lisanne Mangum Associate Attorney Ashley McBride Of Counsel
Meet the Attorneys
All of our attorneys are involved in Union County schools, churches and community activities.
Richard G. Long, Jr. Partner
Dale Ann Plyler Partner
Frank Corigliano Partner
Lisa Hough Beaman Associate Attorney
Lisanne Mangum Associate Attorney
Ashley McBride Of Counsel
Our Client Testimonials
I have used Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long for hundreds of real estate closing since 1993. I have always found them to be very efficient, honest and accommodating. They also have handled all of my personal legal matters with the same great care.
If you’re looking for an Estate Planning package look no further then Perry, Bundy, Plyler, & Long. Ashley McBride walked my husband and I through the entire process and was so easy to work with. She explained every aspect of our Will in terms we could understand and made us feel so comfortable with the choices we made. With my husband in the military there are several circumstance that make our choices different and Ashley helped us do the research and make the decisions that we’re best for our family. The whole process was seamless and easy! Thank you Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long!!
They are incredibly friendly and they do an exceptional job. Every attorney there is well known and well respected in Union County. They won’t just take the paycheck and leave, they fight for their clients.
Their response time was great, there was no delay on their part and they were very accommodating. Richard Long Knows his stuff and he gets things done.
Very professional and friendly, which can be hard to come by with law firms. They took the time to walk through everything with me and did not assume I already knew the terminology.
Family Law: How Do You Change a Parenting Plan in North Carolina?
Are you a divorced or separated parent of young children or teenagers? You are far from alone. The Pew Research Center reports that more than half of U.S. children have divorced or separated parents. You may have a parenting plan that outlines rights and responsibilities regarding child custody and visitation. In North Carolina, a parenting …
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Probate & Estate Administration in North Carolina: An Overview of Undue Influence Claims
When a person passes away in North Carolina, their will must be submitted and recognized by a probate court. It is a key part of the overall estate administration process. In most cases, wills are accepted and probate proceeds without a dispute over the will’s validity. However, there are exceptions. In North Carolina, the validity …
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Estate Planning in North Carolina: Your Guide to Pour-Over Wills
Do you have a will in place? You should. Every adult in North Carolina needs a comprehensive, well-drafted will that is customized to meet their needs, goals, and specific circumstances. Of course, a will is not, by itself, a comprehensive estate plan. You could also benefit from setting up a living trust. If you do …
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