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Jammie Lynn Wacenske

Jammie Lynn Wacenske

Matheson & Associates PLLC
  • Divorce, Family Law, Domestic Violence
  • North Carolina
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Summary

If you are facing a divorce or child custody matter, you are probably feeling overwhelmed. Where you previously may have been able to resolve your family matters internally and privately, you must now retain the help of a legal representative to protect your (and your children’s) best interest in the public court system. Finding someone with the right mix of emotional support for you during this very difficult time, while at the same time being relentless in their fight to protect you is harder then you may think. Jammie Wacenske is a proven advocate with a soft place in her heart for Family Law. She understands that not all Family Law matters must be a contentious drawn out fight, but when it is required, she will relentlessly fight for you both in and out of court. Ms. Wacenske limits her practice area to exclusively Family Law and Estate matters so she can be dedicated to her clients during these trying times. Ms. Wacenske offers a free 30-minute consultation in order for you to get to know her personally without financial risk. Come meet her today and see why she will be the compassionate representative you want and the zealous advocate you need.

Jammie Wacenske is a member of the Matheson & Associates PLLC civil legal team. At Matheson & Associates, we value our clients and believe in open and constant communication. We provide regular updates regarding your case and promptly respond to phone calls and emails. Our goal has been to break the mold of standard attorney-client relationships by proactively involving our clients in their case and spending the time necessary to understand their needs. See why so many clients have chosen to leave us 5-star reviews and come back for their future legal needs time and again.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Domestic Violence
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
North Carolina
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Associate
Matheson & Associates PLLC
- Current
I am currently the family law attorney with Matheson & Associates PLLC
Education
North Carolina Central University School of Law
J.D.
Activities: Elder Law Project, Lawyer on the Line Project
North Carolina Wesleyan College
B.A. | Major: History, Minor: Political Science
Honors: cum laude
Activities: Pi Sigma Alpha
Nash Community College
A.A. | Associate of Arts - College Transfer
Activities: Student Leadership Institute, Gamma Beta Phi - Parliamentarian, Media Club - President, Math Club - Secretary
Professional Associations
North Carolina Bar Association
Member
Current
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Member
Current
Wake County Bar Association
Member
Current
Speaking Engagements
Wills & Estates
Dream Box
Gave a presentation to the employees of the company about the importance of estate planning.
Criminal and Public Safety, Career & Technical Education Showcase, Nash Community College
Spoke to potential students of Nash Community College (NCC) about my experience with NCC and how attending the community college has helped me become an attorney.
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Website
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1 Questions Answered

Q. My disabled sibling died, 7 weeks later my mother (his caretaker) died in 2015. I live in NJ and paid all arrangements
A: Hello, The bank will likely not give you access to their account without having Letters of Administration. What you should do is contact the clerk of court and ask them about beginning a small estate proceeding or go through with the opening a regular estate and getting the proper documentation to contact the bank. However, just because you might gain access to the account doesn't mean you can just go in and get the money for yourself. You will need to distribute funds according to North Carolina statute and through the proper channels as prescribed by law. The clerk of court should have some resources for you to go through before you open the estate. The clerk that you will need to contact is the clerk of the county of the last residence of the decedent(s) and they should be able to point you in the right direction (they cannot, however, provide legal advice, you will need to reach out to an estates attorney for that).
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Matheson & Associates PLLC
16 W. Martin St.
Suite 501
Raleigh, NC 27601
USA
Telephone: (919) 355-5291
Fax: (919) 516-0686