The Outer Banks attorneys at Kellogg and Evans provide experienced legal advice and representation to all clients throughout North Carolina, from their law office based in the Outer Banks of NC. Our attorneys practice law in all the surrounding counties of eastern North Carolina including, Dare, Currituck, Camden, Pasquotank, Perquimins, Gates, Chowan, Tyrell and Washington. By making full use of their professional knowledge and the combined experience of their OBX attorneys, client’s legal issues are handled with a personal approach. The Kellogg and Evans attorneys are always accessible, which makes them a “people – oriented” law firm.
The attorneys at Kellogg and Evans, P.A. specialize in Outer Banks real estate closings, estate planning on the Outer Banks and surrounding areas, and Outer Banks probate law. Our attorneys seek to assist you in your legal matter by providing sound advice while negotiating and communicating on your behalf, even if you may be caught in a criminal matter like a speeding ticket or DUI on the Outer Banks.
Meet Our Outer Banks Attorneys
Mr. Evans is a native of Dare County, NC growing up and still residing in Manteo, NC. He graduated from UNC Chapel Hill under-graduate and law school and has been practicing law in North Carolina since 1973. He was a member of the North Carolina General Assembly from 1979 – 1986.
Creecy S. Richardson was born and raised in Dare County, attending the public schools in Manteo until her sophomore year of high school when she was accepted at Saint Mary’s School, a college preparatory school in Raleigh, North Carolina. After graduating from Saint Mary’s with high honors in 2005, she went on to attend The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History in 2009.
Meghan E. Ashworth attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a Finance Concentration in 2007. She then attended North Carolina Central University for her Juris Doctor Degree in Public Interest Law Organization and Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. Since then Meghan has found her way to the Outer Banks of North Carolina to settle down.