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Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips, LLP (HCPP) is a full-service law firm, with offices conveniently located in Wilmington and Porter’s Neck, North Carolina.

We know that finding the right lawyer can be a challenge, so we’ve organized our practice into two areas: Business and Personal legal services.

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HCPP provides a range of corporate legal services. From real estate litigation to contract disputes, our team is ready to be your trusted partner.

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When you have been injured through no fault of your own, or accused of a traffic violation or crime, you can trust HCPP to protect your best interests.

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  • What Legal Form Should My Business Take?

    Starting a new business is an exciting experience. Before you can throw open your doors or begin advertising, you need to legally establish the business. This requires that you choose a business entity type. In North Carolina, business owners have several options from which to choose. Picking the best type is often complicated, but we ...Read More

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