John F. Rudisill
John Rudisill is the managing attorney of Rudisill Estate & Elder Law Associates. His areas of practice include estate planning, probate administration, elder law, simple wills and trusts, ethical wills, the abuse of financial interests under legal documents such as power of attorneys and trusts and wills, and small business consultation.
John attended public schools in Charlotte and has lived here most of his life. He is married to a retired attorney, Bynum “Bufi” Griffin Rudisill, and has one daughter Elizabeth. He began his law practice as a solo general practice attorney in Charlotte in 1979. From 1980 to 1991, his practice comprised both civil and criminal matters in state and federal courts.
From 1986 to the present, his offices have been located in the Charlotte National Building. He practiced from 1991 to 1996 with John Campbell as Campbell & Rudisill and by himself since 1996, maintaining his independence in his zealous representation of his clients. John appreciates the importance of his clients’ privacy and, due to his discretion in handling sensitive matters, often his cases have escaped public attention.
J.D., UNC Chapel Hill, 1978
B.A., Trinity College of Duke University, Durham, NC, 1975
U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
Professional Associations and Memberships
Mecklenburg County Bar – Estate Planning and Probate Section
North Carolina State Bar
North Carolina Bar Association
Rudisill, John F.; Simple Wills and Life-Planning Documents in North Carolina for Small Estates 2008 to 2011 May 30, 2008; Charlotte, North Carolina.
Rudisill, John F. and Fretwell, James L.; Enforcement of Judgments in North Carolina; prepared for a CLE seminar of the same title; September 18, 1998; Charlotte, North Carolina.
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