Mitchell K. Brewer, Attorney at Law

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Help From a Domestic and Family Law Attorney Who Cares

Put the law on your side when you use the services of Mitchell K. Brewer, Attorney at Law. We have successfully represented clients in child custody, domestic violence, asylum, deportation, and traffic-related cases in the Hayesville, North Carolina, area. Count on us to roll up our sleeves and take action so you don't suffer from prolonged agony. We are attentive, efficient, and successful, because we enjoy what we do.


DMV Hearings

When you don't pay traffic tickets, your license gets suspended. If you go in and plead guilty while a new charge is pending, it will get revoked. (It can even get revoked for up to 2 years or stuck under an indefinite suspension.) In order to reinstate your license, you will have to undergo a DMV hearing. When your hearing is scheduled, don't face the legal system alone. Let us get you back behind the wheel so you can get your life back on track.

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Criminal Defense

If you've been convicted of a crime, it's important to seek help immediately. Whether you've been charged with domestic violence, drug possession, a violent crime, theft, fraud, or other matter; we can help. We also frequently assist with bond hearings and to expunge, or seal, records of youthful indiscretions or other minor, first-time offenses.

Probation Violation

Probation is considered a privilege as it keeps those who break the law out of prison, so they can put their lives back together. A violation occurs when you don't pay probation fines or test positive for drugs when you are supposed to be drug free. If you've violated your probation, contact us. Although it is not okay to shirk the law, we understand that sometimes parole officers don't give enough opportunities to correct improper behavior. We can assist if this is happening to you.


Family Law

Divorces can either be contested or uncontested, both of which fall under domestic law. Contested divorces include alimony, equitable distribution, and property splits. Uncontested divorce cases are rare, as they mean no one is seeking support or property — one person typically keeps everything. Most of the time divorces are contested, especially when children are involved. Let us help you get through this difficult time. We'll work with you to understand your wants and needs in either type of divorce case.

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Business Law

Ensure the law is on your side when you are dealing with a corporate legal dispute or starting a new business. We'll walk you through the entity creation process or help you prepare and review contracts and breaches of contracts.