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North Carolina Family Law Firm Attorneys Receive Super Lawyers® Distinction

Five attorneys from the Raleigh based law firm of Gailor, Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor (formerly Gailor Wallis & Hunt) have received recognition from the prestigious Super Lawyers® rating service.

RALEIGH, N.C., Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Five family lawyers from the prominent Raleigh, North Carolina family law firm of Gailor, Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor have received distinctions from the prestigious Super Lawyers® rating service. Two of the firm's attorneys have been named Super Lawyers® and three additional attorneys have been designated Rising Stars by the service, which selects outstanding attorneys from over 70 areas of legal practice who have achieved high level professional achievement and strong recognition by their peers.

The Making of a Super Lawyer

Partners in the firm, Carole Gailor and Stephanie Jenkins both received the honor of being named to the Super Lawyers® list. Carole Gailor was also selected as one of the Top Fifty Women Lawyers in North Carolina. Partners Jaime Davis and Stephanie Gibbs have been designated Rising Stars as well as Associate, Carrie Buell.

The Super Lawyers® selection technique for choosing candidates for the honor involves a multiphase process that combines third party research with peer nominations and evaluations. Super Lawyers® candidates are selected annually in each state using a sophisticated methodology that state bar associations and courts throughout the nation have recognized for its credibility. Rising Stars are chosen using the same selection process in addition to other requirements including that candidates must be 40 years of age or younger and in practice for up to ten years.

More information about the attorneys of Gailor, Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor who have been chosen for the Super Lawyers® honors is available at http://www.gailorwallis.com/.

About Gailor, Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor

Since 1994, Gailor Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor has, provided legal support for clients in all aspects of divorce and family law. The law firm is highly regarded as one of the most accomplished domestic relations family law firms in the state of North Carolina.

Gailor, Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor attorneys welcome those with inquiries pertaining to the firm's practice areas or a specific legal matter related to divorce or family law to contact them today by visiting http://www.GHFamilyLaw.com

Individuals may request a free case review online.

For more information about the family law firm please visit Gailor, Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor's website, or call (919) 832-8488 to speak with someone directly.

Disclaimer:

Super Lawyers ® is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.  The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.  To obtain the standards for inclusion in Super Lawyers (same as above) visit http://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process.html.  The list of selected lawyers is published annually in state and regional editions of Super Lawyer Magazine.

Media Contact: Carole Gailor Gailor Hunt Jenkins Davis & Taylor PLLC, (919) 832-8488, [email protected]

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