Gregory S. Connor, Attorney-at-Law

B.A. History, B.A. Political Science – Boston College,
magna cum laude
J.D. – Duke University School of Law
2004-2010 – General Counsel, Chapel Hill Chamber of Commerce
1995 – Admitted to North Carolina State Bar
U.S. District Court, Middle and Eastern District of NC
United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Estate Litigation

Connor Law Group’s Trust and Estate Litigation offers clients a lawyer widely recognized as being among the most distinguished, experienced, and successful litigators in the field of trusts, estates, and conservatorships. Many law firms involved in trust and estate litigation assign these cases to lawyers who are fundamentally estate planners with limited or no experience handling a major contested matter in the probate courts. Other firms rely on civil litigators with little or no experience in the field of trusts and estates. Connor Law Group is different from all of these firms, because we have an experienced trial lawyer with many years of experience in the courts. We possess in-depth knowledge of the substantive law and unique procedures applicable to probate and trust disputes. For that reason, our firm is often the firm of choice in the most significant disputes involving trusts, estates, and conservatorships.

Service Approach
Our many accomplishments are due in part to the credibility we bring with us to court; we are known nationwide as experts in this highly specialized field. We are successful because we as comfortable cross-examining a witness at trial as we are arguing an arcane point of probate law in the courts of appeal, and we are just as comfortable deposing hostile witnesses as we are with understanding the importance of building consensus with conservators, court-appointed counsel, and guardians ad litem.

We have had enormous success in the trial courts in probate matters of all types. Our attorneys have successfully argued appeals to the courts of appeal. Because of our success in court, we have the credibility to obtain the most favorable settlements of disputes for our clients in mediation or even before there is litigation. We also counsel our clients about litigation avoidance and we can provide advice that only comes from years of experience in the courtroom.

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