At Honeycutt Everett and Associates, we serve victims of abuse, sexual assault, and harassment in a variety of legal proceedings. If you don’t see your specific legal problem listed below, we may be able to refer your case to other attorneys or agencies who can help.
In North Carolina, if you are in a personal relationship with your abuser and are the victim of domestic violence, you may qualify for a domestic violence protective order.Learn More →
Under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, a college or university receiving federal funding must investigate claims of rape and sexual assault made against students and staff, and must take disciplinary action against a responsible person. At Honeycutt Everett and Associates, we represent victims of campus sexual assault or harassment throughout all phases of the campus disciplinary process.Learn More →
At Honeycutt Everett and Associates, we understand that for many people, particularly victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, it is not possible to afford traditional, full-scale legal representation. That’s why we offer brief and “unbundled” legal services on a pro bono basis.Learn More →