About The Firm


HUNTER CHANDLER LAW GROUP, PLLC has been the most trustworthy source for quality real estate services in South Charlotte for over two decades. We do so by combining the experience and know-how of larger firms but with the personal touch and attention of smaller, boutique firms.

We believe a client’s success is our success. We adhere to the following guiding principles:

Choosing an attorney is as important as choosing a business partner. You want someone who shares your high standards and your commitment to your company. Your interests are our first priority.

Your work is handled by a seasoned attorney. Our attention to detail is only the beginning. You’ll receive professional services and advice based on more than thirty years of combined legal experience. Our paralegals also have an abundance of experience and are very responsive to all of your needs.

We take a personal interest in each client. We build a relationship that you can rely on as you make important business and personal decisions. Our commitment includes a prompt response with an understanding of each client’s need for efficient, result oriented service.

The Firm’s areas of practice include:

  • Real Estate
  • Business and Corporate Law
  • Wills, Trusts & Estates

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