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    INTERVIEW WITH RHONDA “RONI” PARKER

    Rhonda “Roni” Parker joined the Lindley Law family as our Office Manager in November 2021.  We sat down with Roni and asked her a few questions to help our clients and colleagues get to know her a little better.  Here’s what Roni had to say! What are your responsibilities at Lindley Law? “I work to start the day off setting up for structure for the firm as well as work to be the ear of reason with potential and current clients.  I am the gate keeper and the lady who wears many hats to handle the needs of the firm and our clients.  My goal is to know that all…

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    Lindley Law Seeking Litigation Attorney with 1-3 Years’ Experience

    Are you a lawyer who’s perfectly content with your current firm, without any desire to move? Do your clients routinely praise you for rescuing them from circumstances they considered dire, if not entirely lost? Have you ever wanted to be part of a law firm that encouraged and rewarded your success? Do you want to shape your law firm’s future and build something special? If you answered YES to ALL these questions, we’ve been looking for you.  See below to find out why…   Company Overview Lindley Law, PLLC is a boutique litigation firm located in Uptown Charlotte.  Lindley Law handles civil litigation matters throughout North Carolina, representing corporations, closely…

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    DR. OZ CLAIMS HIS SISTER FORGED THEIR LATE FATHER’S WILL—HOW WOULD HE MAKE THIS CLAIM IN NORTH CAROLINA?

    Famous TV doctor Mehmet Oz—better known as “Dr. Oz”—recently accused his sister, Nazlim, of forging their late father’s will and stealing millions from his estate.  A 2008 will left all of Mustafa Oz’s assets to the Mustafa Oz Foundation, a United States organization, and left Dr. Oz in charge of the foundation; however, Nazlim presented a new will dated 2018 after Mustafa’s death, which Dr. Oz claims is forged. Mustafa Oz passed away in Turkey in 2019, and litigation regarding his estate subsequently commenced in Turkey.  Turkish prosecutors reportedly followed some of the money to bank accounts in at least three other countries.  The Turkish estate dispute is proceeding alongside a…