Young, Moore and Henderson, P.A.
With over thirty-four years of experience in estate litigation, John’s primary focus is on helping individuals and families who need his litigation experience to navigate estate, trust or guardianship issues. He also works with businesses in evaluating contracts and handling commercial disputes. John has represented clients and tried cases all over North Carolina, from the mountains to the coast, and in all three of our state’s federal judicial districts.
John’s experience representing individuals and families includes helping them navigate the delicate issues relating to the death of a family member, disputes arising out of an estate plan or will contest, and issues relating to the guardianship or care of a parent or child. He has successfully assisted the children of elderly parents who are dealing with the effects of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. He has also helped families deal with the damaging impact that the breach of a fiduciary duty can cause. John’s quiet demeanor and respect for all makes him perfectly suited for this type of work.
Also experienced at representing businesses, John literally wrote the book on Contract Law in North Carolina. He, along with Scott Miskimon, co-authored the authoritative treatise, published by LexisNexis in 2001 and consistently updated by its authors. John’s clients benefit from his innate ability to “issue spot” and resolve difficult contract disputes in an efficient, effective manner. Whether it is a breach of contract problem or a dispute between business partners, he has the ability to negotiate wisely, keeping the client’s best interest in mind. In cases where negotiation fails or becomes impossible, John is an aggressive litigator who represents his clients with zeal. His courtroom presence and knowledge of procedure provide him with the skills necessary to defend his clients thoroughly.