Attorney Morris W. Keeter has more than 35 years of experience as a lawyer, and since 1978 has been in private practice in Gastonia. At Morris W. Keeter, we pride ourselves on being there for our clients. We place a high value on providing exceptional legal service, and we are committed to giving our clients the attention and respect they deserve. Providing the highest level of legal service in the most cost-effective, efficient manner possible is our ultimate goal.
Morris W. Keeter can help you with the following:
-Medicare and Medicaid
-Planning and land use
-Trusts and estates
Highest peer and client ratings for 35-year-old Gastonia law firm:
Morris W. Keeter has earned an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell listing, the highest recognition possible in the legal industry, for professionalism and ethics. Our firm has also been given the highest rating by clients on Lawyers.com in communication ability, responsiveness, quality of service and value for money.
Clients had this to say about attorney Keeter:
"Very professional: Excellent to work with."
309 South Street, P.O. BOX 1575
Attorney Morris W. Keeter applies extensive knowledge and 35 years of experience in property rights, real estate issues, finance and business matters to handle all areas of real estate law.
We can help you with:
-Residential home sales transactions
-Commercial property sales transactions
-Real estate contracts
-Zoning, land use and building permits
-Boundary and easement disputes
Real estate transaction lawyer:
From offer to sale, we handle all aspects of buying and selling real estate and construction on property so that you can feel confident about a smooth and precise transaction. In furtherance of your real estate transaction, we can:
-Draft or review your sales contract
-Negotiate real estate agreements
-Review your lending documents
-Search and clear titles
-Analyze your deal and rectify potential problems
-Handle land use, zoning and permitting
-Conduct your real estate closing
Real estate litigation attorney:
Real estate litigation requires substantial knowledge of North Carolina property laws and civil litigation, as well as a dynamic courtroom presence. We possess the knowledge necessary to successfully litigate your real estate disputes.
Real estate negotiator:
Some disputes are better solved outside of the courtroom. We can guide negotiations to best protect your interests. By retaining an experienced mediator to strategize the contract negotiation process, you can often prevent disputes from arising at a later stage in the real estate transaction, and so save time, money and frustration.
Morris W. Keeter
-Trusts & estates
-Medicare and medicaid
-Zoning, planning and land use
-1975, North Carolina and U.S. District Court, Middle District of North Carolina, 1975
-U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit, 1977
-U.S. Supreme Court, 1981