de Ondarza Simmons, PLLC

We Have a New Office Location

We now meet with our existing and potential clients as well as co-counsel by appointment only at our new office location:

410 N. Boylan Ave., Suite 135, Raleigh, NC 27603

You can see a Map below, or just request Ms. de Ondarza Simmons’ vCard with all our contact info (including the map) here.

Telephone Numbers

Our Office Telephone and Fax Numbers are still:

  • Tel. (919) 256-3736  and
  • Fax (919) 277-1720

Map to our Raleigh Office 

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For the convenience of our existing and potential clients as well as other lawyers we work with, we have created a downloadable vCard for Ms. de Ondarza Simmons. It’s a great way for you to download all of her contact information without you or your assistant needing to take time to re-type it into a contact card. It even contain a link to a Google map to our new Cary office. To get Ms. de Ondarza Simmons’ vCard, just fill out the short form below:

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You may have a case for which you need legal advice right now. If so, you should make an appointment for a Legal Strategy Session. To learn about our Legal Strategy Sessions and how to make an appointment with Ms. de Ondarza Simmons to personally meet with you to discuss your case, you should click here.

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FREE North Carolina Real Estate Law Newsletter

August 20, 2013

You may be a North Carolina Commercial or Residential Real Estate Developer Commercial or Residential Property Owner Real Estate Appraiser Real Estate Broker or Agent You may even be a North Carolina attorney with a transaction or litigation practice in another area of the law or an Out-of-State Attorney with real property clients here in North Carolina. […]

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Fellow Attorney Turns to de Ondarza Simmons for Her Own, Difficult Case

May 7, 2013
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Fellow Attorney Mary Gurganus Talks About Hiring Inez de Ondarza Simmons for Her Own, Personal Case A while back, Trial Attorney Mary Gurganus turned to Inez to represent her in her own, a high-stakes, emotional case. Below are a few excerpts of what Mary had to say about Inez’s work on the case. I had […]

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Slide Show from New Wake Co. Local Rules CLE

March 1, 2013

Slide Show by Wake Co. Trial Court Administrator Kristen Fetter On January 31, 2013, Wake County Trial Court Administrator Kristen Fetter taught a Continuing Legal Education session on the new Wake County Local Rules. At the CLE, Ms. Fetter gave a slide presentation that she used to discuss key provisions of the new rules and […]

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New Wake Co. Forms for General Civil Litigation

February 27, 2013

As mentioned in previous posts, Wake County Trial Court Administrator Kristen Fetter and Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Donald W. Stephens recently adopted new Local Rules for the Tenth Judicial District (Wake County). These new Wake County Local Rules contain 5 new local forms. Ms. Fetter recently held a CLE on the new rules and […]

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Helping You Help Your Clients in North Carolina

February 23, 2013

Contact Us Now You may be an out-of-state attorney with a case in North Carolina State Court or in the EDNC. On the other hand, you may be a North Carolina transaction lawyer who does not routinely handle business litigation or real estate litigation cases in North Carolina State and Federal Courts. In either case, […]

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LLC Business Owner Recommends de Ondarza Simmons

February 19, 2013

The cases, testimonials, and endorsements listed illustrate some of the matters handled by the firm. Of course, they do not reflect all of the feedback the firm has received. Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case, and prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Member Dispute over Real Estate […]

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New Wake Co. Status Conferences for Civil Cases

February 14, 2013

Under Rule 4.4 of the new Wake Co. Local Rules, Kristen Fetter, the Wake County Trial Court Administrator (“the TCA”), may notice a Status Conference for civil cases more than 4 months old. At the Status conference the parties will discuss administrative matters like selecting a mediator and scheduling the trial date and other deadlines. […]

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February 5, 2013

For our Existing and Potential Co-Counsel If you have a civil case in North Carolina, especially if you are about to file or defend against a new one, you will want to know about some critical changes to the non-binding arbitration statutes. The changes have left the law of court-ordered arbitration in North Carolina somewhat […]

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