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We strive to make every client feel like our first priority. From the moment you walk through our doors, you will have our complete devotion and attention. Our goal is to provide our clients with quality legal advice while fostering an environment that is both comfortable and professional.
We want to serve you. To do this, we work to make our legal services readily accessible. We attempt to make ourselves available to clients offering flexible office hours in order to meet with clients at convenient times. We return all calls to our office promptly to effectively communicate with our clients and to keep them apprised of all developments.
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Ashley was admitted to practice law in North Carolina in 2006 and focuses her practice on family law litigation and negotiation. Ashley is also the Guardian Ad Litem attorney advocate for children in foster care.
Ashley received her Bachelor of Science in business administration in 2002 from Appalachian State University. In 2006, Ashley received her Juris Doctor from Appalachian School of law.
Prior to opening the Crumpton Law firm, Ashley had her own law office where she practiced in the areas of family law and criminal defense. She also was employed at the law office of Vannoy, Colvard, Triplett, and Vannoy as an associate practicing in the areas of family law and criminal defense.
Ashley Johnson Crumpton is a native of Wilkes County.
Ashley Johnson Crumpton
Andrew was admitted to practice law in North Carolina in 2014 and focuses his practice on criminal defense and traffic cases.
Andrew received his Bachelor of Science in political science from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2008. In 2013, Andrew received his Juris Doctorate from Charlotte School of Law.
Prior to joining the Crumpton Law Firm, Andrew served as an intern in the district attorney’s office and in private practice.
Andrew currently serves as a counsel member of the Juvenile Crime Prevention Counsel, which directs state resources to help troubled youth in the community.
Andrew Warren is a native of Wilkes County.