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Seasoned North Carolina Attorneys Go to Battle for You

Established in 1975, the Smithfield, North Carolina firm of Spence, Carter & Reed, P.A. has served the civil litigation needs of Johnston County and its surrounding areas for more than three decades. People have come to know us for our honest and straightforward manner, aggression in the courtroom and compassion for our clients and their families.

Robert A. Spence, Jr. was born and raised in Johnston County, North Carolina. He understands its people and their needs, and he has spent the last three decades of his life gaining an intimate knowledge of the North Carolina court system. He has served as the town attorney for Pine Level (1972–2001), Smithfield (1996–) and Princeton (1995–).

As a general civil practice, we handle all types of cases — but more specifically, what we do is help people to solve problems and resolve conflicts. Human beings are social animals, needing to interact with one another. We will represent your interests in court, and we’ll really get a sense of who you are as a person and what caused the issue in the first place. Only then can we provide truly effective counsel.

Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following: 

  • Real estate
  • Family law
  • Wills and probate
  • Civil business litigation
  • Planning and zoning
  • Municipal law
  • Business law for small business and corporations
  • Automobile accidents, personal injury
  • Real property transactions/litigation
  • Personal injury
  • Automobile & truck accidents
  • Traffic violations

Call 919-934-1149 today to arrange your free initial consultation

­­­Attorney Robert A. Spence, Jr.

Bar Admissions:

  • 1975, North Carolina


  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D.
  • Woodberry Forest School; Wesleyan University, A.B., 1972

Professional Memberships and Achievements: 

  • Johnston County Bar Association (President, 1991)
  • North Carolina State Bar (Counselor, 1998–)
  • Eleventh Judicial District (Secretary-Treasurer, 1976; President, 2003)
  • North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers.

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