Business, Commercial Collections &
Construction Law Firm in Raleigh, NC
Kurtz Law, PLLC is a Raleigh-based law firm with a statewide practice in business, commercial collections and construction law.
With 15 years of experience, the firm seeks to provide pragmatic, cost-conscious legal representation to businesses and individuals in all stages of the litigation process.
Ms. Kurtz has represented clients in many counties in the State of North Carolina. In addition, she practices in all three districts of the Federal District Courts and Bankruptcy Courts in North Carolina.
Finally, the practices extends to appellate matters, including the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Please browse our site for information on Ms. Kurtz and the practice areas of the firm.
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Paige C. Kurtz is a founding partner of the law firm of Kurtz Law, PLLC. Ms. Kurtz represents businesses and individuals in litigation matters, with a focus on construction law, commercial collections, and general business litigation. Ms. Kurtz primarily represents businesses in commercial transactions, but has also represented individuals in contract and other civil litigation disputes.
She represents creditors in all districts of the bankruptcy courts in North Carolina. Ms. Kurtz also has a statewide practice and in addition to appearing in many counties across the state, has also represented clients in the appellate courts of North Carolina. She also represents creditors in each of the North Carolina Federal District Courts, as well as, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Kurtz Law practices in the following areas:
-Commercial & Business Litigation, including collection of business accounts, business and individual contact disputes and small business litigation
-Construction Law, including liens, bond claims, account disputes and homeowner claims
–Creditors Rights in Bankruptcy, including secured creditor, unsecured creditor, preference claims and adversary proceedings
-Secured Transaction, including asset purchases, secured lending and leasing and asset protection
-General Civil Litigation
-Employee-related Contractual Disputes, including non-compete, non-disclosure, non-solicitation, trade secret and related issues
-Fraud, Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices and Piercing the Corporate Veil disputes
-Judgment Enforcement, including the filing of Foreign Judgments and Supplemental Proceedings
-State and Federal claims, including the Eastern, Middle, Western District Courts and Bankruptcy Courts in North Carolina
-Appellate Briefs and Arguments in the State and Federal Courts