Welcome to McDonald Law, PLLC
McDonald Law is a law firm located in Raeford, NC. Our office is located in downtown Raeford within walking distance of the courthouse. Serving, primarily, Cumberland, Hoke, and Scotland County communities, as well as other counties in North Carolina, McDonald Law provides effective legal services to achieve the best interests for each client.
We aim to attract and maintain a family and business-based clientele, zealously advocating for clients' rights in a cost-effective manner while sustaining an honest and best-effort quality that is far too often lost in the legal profession today. A successful attorney-client relationship begins with effective communication, aiming to keep our clients informed throughout each stage of the legal process. Additionally, we bring our unique personal perspectives, diverse expertise, and passion for serving our community to ensure our clients receive the highest level of commitment to their case.
Business Law and Sports Law
Your business needs matter to us! It is imperative that you receive proper guidance and advice in order to achieve your business goals and reach new heights. Let McDonald Law help you build, maintain, and grow your business.
Your business needs matter to us! We'll provide trademark law advice on how to protect your brand and obtain ownership while making the process easy and seamless. Let McDonald Law help you build, maintain, and grow your business.
Your business needs matter to us! We can help you protect your artistic creations and intellectual works. Let McDonald Law help you build, maintain, and grow your business.
PROTECT YOUR BRAND'S UNIQUE PROPERTIES
Before you can get your company off the ground, you first need to choose the right business structure, whether it be a corporation an LLC, or another option.
Contracts and Agreements
Once you've created your company or brand, make sure you have the documents to protect your interests and assets. Being proactive is always the best offense and defensive strategy.
A trademark gives you the legal rights to your business's brand-related properties, as well as personal assets such as your name, image, and likeness.
Copyrights allow you to protect your artistic creations like original songs and books, along with your intellectual works such as software code.