Thomas J. ThurmanAssociate
I was born and bred in Charlotte, and by watching my father’s law practice as I grew up, I learned how an attorney can serve clients in North Carolina thoughtfully and responsibly. Now, it is my pleasure and privilege to practice in the same firm and maintain the same approach in working with my clients.
In the core emphases of my practice, I have worked on hundreds of successful adoptions, represented dozens of homeowners associations (HOA) and private homeowners, and prepared hundreds of estate documents since I obtained my law license in 2014. I have also handled cases ranging from simple contract review to real property disputes, estates and guardianships, and lawsuits regarding breach of contract, defamation, fiduciary duty, and negligence. I have made appearances in Small Claims Court, District Court, Superior Court, and Business Court, as well as co-authoring briefs in North Carolina Court of Appeals and Supreme Court cases.
I love helping people understand what is in their best interests and counseling them on how to achieve it. Whether I am overseeing an adoption, participating in litigation, negotiating settlement compromises, or carefully wording agreements to avoid future conflicts, everything I do is tailored to the needs of the client. Outside of the office, I dabble in music, movies, and sports, and I prefer to laugh and swap stories with friends a couple of times per week. I attend Mercy Church, where I have been a member since 2015.
If I can be of service to you, please feel free to contact me at (704) 377-4164 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 2014
B.A., University of North Carolina, 2011
Peace, War, and Defense (1st major)
History (2nd major)
U.S. District Court (Western District of NC), 2014
Mecklenburg County Bar Association
Member Since: 2014
North Carolina Bar Association
Member Since: 2014
- National Moot Court Team Member
- Order of the Barristers Inductee
- Gressman-Pollitt Award for Outstanding Oral Advocacy Recipient