ALTA Best Practices – Maintaining Licenses

The American Land Title Association best practices (“ALTA best practices”) regarding the settlement of real estate transactions are designed to promote client protection and increase transparency in our industry.

Ewing Law Center fully embraces, supports and adopts these industry “best practices”.

ALTA Best Practice #1 is “Establish and maintain current License(s) as required to conduct the business of title insurance and settlement services.”

Ewing Law Center is a corporation in good standing with the great State of North Carolina since 1993, with documentation on file with the department of the Secretary of State.

In addition, Ms. Carey L. Ewing is a fully licensed attorney who has an Active status with the North Carolina Bar Association.  Ms. Ewing received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame (go Irish!) and her Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law.

As a law firm with deep experience handling all manner of real estate transactions, we are proud of our reputation for fast and efficient service.

We look forward to continuing to work with North Carolina real estate professionals to serve our clients!

Ewing Law Center is a full service law firm, focusing on real estate closings and family law matters. Ewing Law Center was founded in 1993 by Ms. Carey L. Ewing.

Carey L. Ewing has been a practicing attorney for over 30 years, focusing primarily on real estate and business matters. Ms. Ewing obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame (www.nd.edu) and her Juris Doctor from South Texas College Of Law.

Ms. Ewing taught law at Campbell University Law School in Raleigh and also taught legal studies for paralegals at Durham Technical Commnity College (including Real Property 1 & 2, Corporate Law and Intellectual Property). Ms. Ewing is also a member of the Real Estate Lawyers Assocation of North Carolina (www.relanc.com), and has volunteered her time to many church and community projects including Habitat for Humanity.