North Carolina Eminent Domain Attorneys
Jared Pierce - Litigation Attorney
Although the first thing you’ll notice about Jared is his accent, it won’t take you long to realize he is one of the most pleasant and caring people you will ever meet. As someone who truly cares about his employees, he encourages an “open door policy,” meaning he is never too busy for a staff member who has questions or concerns. His knowledge and originality combined with a strong desire to be a team player make him both an excellent leader and attorney.
If you asked all his employees their favorite part about working for Jared, they would undoubtedly tell you that they love his unique quotes or interesting phrases that he is constantly dropping into normal, everyday conversations, or as we like to call them, “Jaredisms.” Utilizing his creativity, Jared is an exceptional negotiator, and it isn’t uncommon to see the staff gather outside his office to listen to his negotiation tactics and strategies.
In his free time, Jared enjoys tinkering with the latest technology, playing board games, listening to audio books, and spending time with friends and family. He is also an avid writer and enjoys all things science fiction.
In September 2016, Jared and his wife, Kaitlyn welcomed their first child and we could not be more excited to have baby Pierce in the Wallace Pierce Law family!
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Chris Beacham - Of Counsel
As a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of North Carolina, Chris spent a significant part of his legal career working to assist the State in condemnation and eminent domain litigation across the state of North Carolina. After learning the intricacies of condemnation and eminent domain law, Chris decided to leave the Attorney General’s office and enter private practice.
"My prior experience with the North Carolina Attorney General’s office instilled in me how critical finding a competent and experienced eminent domain lawyer can be to a property owner’s ability seek the compensation they may deserve. I am extremely passionate about fighting for property owners right in land condemnation and eminent domain cases throughout North Carolina.”
Chris has spent well over a decade of his career handling and litigating complex civil matters across the state of North Carolina. After seeing property owner after property owner make the same mistakes handling their eminent domain cases, Chris decided to dedicate his private practice to representing individuals and businesses with eminent domain matters against the state of North Carolina.
Chris now lives in the Triangle area with his wife and four kids. He is a volunteer with a local Boy Scouts of America. And you may occasionally catch him playing a set at a local music venue or surfing and fishing with his family during his free time.