The Sylva and Murphy law firm of Earwood, Moore, Carpenter & Guy, PLLC is pleased to announce that founding partner David Moore has been appointed to serve as the Vice Chair of the Domestic Violence Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Family Law for the year 2015-2016.
The Domestic Violence Committee of the ABA is focused on enhancing the awareness, knowledge, and skills of attorneys working with victims of domestic violence, as well as improvements in the laws protecting victims, including children who have witnessed abuse. The Domestic Violence Committee fosters an exchange of information with other substantive committees regarding the impact of domestic violence in other areas of the law.
David Moore is one of the firm’s founding partners. He is a family law trial attorney with extensive experience representing victims of domestic violence, including representation of the Domestic Violence Program for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. He additionally represents the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina and the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe in various matters related to the Indian Child Welfare Act and serves as counsel to several Social Services and Health and Human Services Agencies in Western North Carolina. David also enjoys a thriving family law practice representing individuals through separation and divorce, issues of child custody and support, as well as equitable distribution matters. A native of Jackson County, David is a holds a B.A. from Appalachian State University in Political Science, and his J.D. from University of Memphis. He is licensed to practice law in both North Carolina and Tennessee.
Earwood, Moore, Carpenter & Guy, PLLC is a Western North Carolina law firm founded by attorneys Nathan J. Earwood and David D. Moore. Coupled with the talents of seasoned lawyers Agatha “Aggie” Guy and Kimberly “Kim” Carpenter, Earwood, Moore, Carpenter & Guy is a full service law firm serving individuals and families through all phases of life. With two locations in Western North Carolina, these lawyers serve clients in the surrounding towns of Waynesville, The Qualla Boundary in Cherokee, Franklin, Bryson City, and surrounding areas in Buncombe, Haywood, Macon, Swain, Graham, Clay and Cherokee counties.
July 17, 2015