Community

Bagwell Holt Smith P.A. is dedicated to the communities in which we practice. Our firm, as well as our attorneys and paralegals, enjoy contributing their time and resources to many worthy causes.

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Our family law attorney, John G. Miskey IV, serves on the Board of Directors and presents at a monthly divorce workshop at the Compass Center for Women and Families. The Compass Center, located in Chapel Hill, provides domestic violence and self-sufficiency services to women and families.

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Our estate planning and probate attorney, Andrew S. Bullard, serves as a Guardian ad Litem for Orange County. Family law attorney Laura E. Kastner volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem for Orange and Chatham Counties.

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Our real estate attorneys volunteer with Habitat for Humanity and Fix-A-Home projects in our local community.

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Bagwell Holt Smith P.A. is a member of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce.

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Attorney Charles “Chuck” H. Thibaut sits on the Board of Directors of the PTA Thrift Shop, Inc.

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Our firm contributes food for volunteers for Fix-A-Home projects organized by the Greater Chapel Hill Association of Realtors.

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Bagwell Holt Smith P.A. is a member of the Durham Regional Association of Realtors.

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Bagwell Holt Smith P.A. made a financial contribution to the mural by Michael Brown, commemorating Orange County’s 250th Year Celebration. This amazing mural, depicting the history of the county, can be seen in the Orange County District Courtroom in Hillsborough.

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Bagwell Holt Smith P.A. is a member of the Greater Chapel Hill Association of Realtors.

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Attorney Nathaniel “Nat” C. Smith has volunteered as a pro bono attorney for the past five years with the North Carolina Bar Association’s “Lawyer on the Line” program.

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Attorney Lauren R. Nance is a member of the Historic Resources Commission of Graham, North Carolina, which is dedicated to “promoting, enhancing and preserving the character of historic districts and landmarks.”