White & Allen, P.A. Expands Practice to the Greenville Area

April 08, 2016

White & Allen, P.A. is pleased to announce the expansion of our law firm to Greenville, North Carolina. The firm has located to the office space of Attorney Jeffery Foster, newly elected Superior Court  judge. Two of Foster’s former employees, Christy and Carly are now employed by White & Allen. We offer our congratulations to Foster and look forward to serving both his existing clients and new clients in the Pitt County region. White & Allen, P.A. is dedicated to maintaining and expanding our capabilities and expertise across a wide range of practice areas in order to address the diverse needs of our clients.

William “Lee” Percise III will be the attorney in residence at the new White & Allen office. He has been with White & Allen for eight years and is currently in the firm’s Kinston office. Percise is a graduate of East Carolina University and the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Lee is licensed to practice before all State courts in North Carolina and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.

Lee is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division and Litigation section, the American Bar Association, Lenoir County Bar Association and currently serves as President of the Eighth Judicial District Bar Association. He is also a volunteer judge for the Lenoir and Greene Counties Teen Court program and a graduate of the 2011 Leadership Lenoir program. Lee was selected as a member of the “20 Under 40” Class of 2013.

White & Allen, P.A. is a full-service law firm that has offered a wide range of legal services to Eastern North Carolina since 1927. The firm has offices in Kinston, New Bern, Snow Hill and now Greenville. Practice areas include both criminal and civil law with emphasis in bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, business/corporate law, elder law, employment law, estate planning and administration, family law, partnerships, personal injury/wrongful death, real estate, Social Security Disability, special needs/disability, traffic/DWI, trial work and tax planning.



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