Wells Jenkins Lucas & Jenkins represents more than 50 years of continuous legal practice in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Bringing together nine attorneys with a broad range of experience and practice areas, our firm is large enough to handle a wide variety of legal matters, yet small enough to give clients the personal attention they deserve and have a right to expect. Employed with a well-trained support staff and the latest technology for maximum efficiency, clients should expect and will receive superior legal service in a timely manner. We take our commitment to our clients very seriously.
Wells Jenkins is a full service law firm with areas of practice that include business and corporate governance, trademark, employment law, civil litigation, bankruptcy, real estate, estate planning, elder law planning, estate administration, family law, traffic law, Social Security disability, workers' compensation, personal injury, and immigration. Please click on our "areas of practice" tab for a complete listing of the services we provide, as well as a list of attorneys at our firm who practice in each area.
We believe our commitment to serve our clients and our community go hand in hand. You will find that our attorneys are actively involved in Family Services, Samaritan Ministries, Leadership Winston-Salem, the Salvation Army, the United Way, the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, other non-profit organizations, our educational institutions, economic development, many professional organizations to improve the profession of law, and our bodies of faith, among others.
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To order the book "What I learned about life on the way to the courthouse", written by R. Michael Wells, Sr., go here. Or you can go to www.blurb.com and type in the full title. You may download the book onto your Ipad or other electronic device, you can order it in soft cover in black and white (which is what I highly recommend), or you may pick one of the other options.
** Click on our "In the News" tab to catch up on the latest, including: R. Michael Wells, Sr., was selected as one of the Triad's most influential citizens for 2012. This is the 6th year in a row in which he has been recognized.