Areas of Practice

Estate Planning

Unless you put your own estate plan into place, the state will decide how your assets are distributed.  Without your own estate plan, there is no way to name guardians for your children or distribute items of personal property to special friends or family members. And, additional costs are likely to be incurred during the probate process. 


David Alexander will work with you to determine how to best meet the needs of yourself and your family. The customized preparation of Wills, Trusts, and Power of Attorney documents will ensure that your wishes are carried out in the event of incapacity or death.  

Estate Administration/Probate

David Alexander has helped many families throughout this difficult process. The attorney has direct probate experience in in the following North Carolina counties: Durham, Orange, Wake, Chatham, Brunswick, Alamance, Jackson, and Caswell. 

Business Formation

David Alexander has created over 100 business entities for its clients. The attorney will help the client determine whether a corporation or LLC is the business entity that will best meet the client’s objectives.  The attorney will also ensure that all necessary corporate formalities are in place.   

Business Transactions

Services in this area may include the preparation or review of contracts, buy-sell agreements, advice regarding employment matters, or negotiations with an adverse party. Virtually all small business needs  can be accommodated. 

Personal Injury

All clients who are served in this area come to the firm as a result of a personal referral. Unlike other firms, no advertising or solicitation is made. Rather, those who know him personally trust David Alexander to provide excellent personal service to his clients.  


The attorney has achieved excellent results for all of his clients whether the case was a minor auto crash, a slip-and-fall, or a serious accident that resulted in a fatality. In 2008, the firm was featured in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly  for achieving, with co-counsel, one of the 25 largest settlements in the state of North Carolina for that year.