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Paige Kurtz

Paige Kurtz

Kurtz Law, PLLC
  • Business Law, Collections, Construction Law ...
  • North Carolina
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Summary

Ms. Kurtz represents businesses and individuals in litigation matters, with a focus on construction law, commercial collections, and general business litigation. She also represents creditors in all districts of the bankruptcy courts in North Carolina. Ms. Kurtz has a statewide practice and represents clients in the appellate courts of North Carolina, each of the North Carolina Federal District Courts, as well as, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Practice Areas
  • Business Law
  • Collections
  • Construction Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Real Estate Law
  • Appeals & Appellate
Additional Practice Area
  • Creditors Rights
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
North Carolina
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4th Circuit
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner
Kurtz Law, PLLC
- Current
Partner
Sprouse & Kurtz, PLLC
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Associate
Vann & Sheridan, LLP
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Law Clerk
Smith, Debnam, Narron, Drake, Saintsing & Meyers, LLC
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Law Clerk
Fayetteville Public Defender's Office
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Assistant Clerk
Santa Barbara Municipal Clerk's Office
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Education
Campbell University
J.D. (1999) | Law
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University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
B.A. (1999) | Political Science
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National Center for Paralegal Training
Certificate (1993) | Paralegal
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Professional Associations
Credit and Financial Development Division of North Carolina
Past Member
Current
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North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Past Member
Current
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North Carolina State Bar  # 26549
Member
- Current
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North Carolina Bar Association
Member
- Current
Activities: Construction Law Section-Past Member and Officer
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Wake County Bar Association
Member
- Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Behind the Shield: Piercing the Corporate Veil
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Speaking Engagements
Top LLC Mistakes to Avoid in Everyday Business Practices , Raleigh, NC
National Business Institute
Business Contracts A to Z , Raleigh
National Business Institute
Business Contracts A to Z , Raleigh, NC
National Business Institute
Foreclosure and Repossession , Raleigh, NC
Lorman Education Services
Collection Management and Judgment Enforcement , Raleigh, NC
Lorman Educational Services
To Write or Not To Write: Does My Contract Need to Be in Writing? , Raleigh, NC
Credit and Financial Development Division of North Carolina
Watch Out For That Waiver , Raleigh, NC
Credit and Financial Development Division of North Carolina
Bankruptcy and Lien Law , Raleigh, NC
Credit and Financial Development Division of North Carolina
Risk of Loss , Raleigh, NC
Credit and Financial Development Division of North Carolina
Credit Card Reform , Raleigh, NC
Credit and Financial Development Division of North Carolina
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act: Shield of Protection , Raleigh, NC
Credit and Financial Development Division of North Carolina
Websites & Blogs
Website
Kurtz Law
Legal Answers
178 Questions Answered

Q. I have a court date for an eviction and the tenant has now paid all the back rents and I need to know how I file this
A: If you are no longer looking to proceed with the eviction, you can file a dismissal of the action. The clerk of court has a form that you can use.
Q. My wife and I gave a $1000.00 deposit and signed a contract with Custom Homes of Carolina to build a house on May 14th.
A: The terms of the contract will determine your termination ability and rights, including how the deposit is handled. Review the contract for how to cancel the contract and follow those provisions.
Q. A Judgement was filed against me for credit card debt how do I need to respond?
A: It sounds like you may have received a Summons and Complaint. The face of the Summons states that you have 30 days to file a response to the Complaint. You can either do that on your own or with an attorney. You can also request a 30 day extension if you need it. If you owe the debt, you might want to consider contacting the attorney and seeing if you can arrange a payment plan. Even if it is small, that is better than having a judgment on your credit. If you don't respond to the complaint, the creditor will ask the Court to enter a default judgment. Once the judgment is entered, it will be recorded in Carteret County.
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Contact & Map
Raleigh, NC, USA
Telephone: (919) 336-4240
Fax: (919) 336-4153
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