Nominees are evaluated by their peers according to their area of expertise for inclusion in the list. After receiving a high peer review, nominees go through an authentication process to ensure they are currently in good standing.
Caroline is a board-certified specialist in Elder Law by the North Carolina State Bar and is one of only twenty NC lawyers currently designated as Board Certified Elder Law Attorneys (CELA) by The National Elder Law Foundation. Caroline advises clients on matters relating to guardianship, Medicaid and other public benefits planning. In addition, she often serves as trustee, guardian, Executor and attorney-in-fact under powers of attorney.
Caroline has practiced law for over 20 years, but the last 2 ½ years has been in her own private elder law practice, Knox Law, working closely with a partnering company, Caregiver Support Services. Caroline enjoys working with and helping her clients in a variety of areas. She has developed an emphasis on special needs trusts and other planning tools for clients with disabilities and children with special needs. She often serves clients who would otherwise be disqualified from public assistance, and she works to preserve assets for supplementing care provided by Medicaid and Social Security.
“These peer recognitions are meaningful and gratifying and are a reflection of the dedication and skill of the entire Knox Law staff,” says Caroline. “Our team is committed to service, to each other, our clients, and this community, and we are grateful and honored to have our work recognized by the other fine lawyers also working alongside us to meet the legal needs of our community.”
Knox Law is open by appointment only and located at 16 Towne Place Drive, Suite 100, just off of Highway 25 South in the Towne Center Development. Caroline is currently accepting new clients, and to schedule your consultation, call 828-513-1600.