Attorney Patrice Ray of the law firm, Leone Noble & Seate, LLP participated in the community service program, Project Grace on Saturday, March 13, 2010. Project Grace was co-sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division and the Aging Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association. Volunteer attorneys and paralegals assisted members of the community with executing Healthcare Power of Attorneys and Living Wills. The program was held at Campbell Law School in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Ms. Ray heads up the firm’s workers’ compensation division but also devotes part of her practice to various pro bono activities to help represent people without the financial means to afford legal representation. She has been recognized in the past for her work with N.C. Legal Aid where she assists victims of domestic violence. Ms. Ray volunteered for Project Grace after recognizing a strong need within her own family to make sure everyone was protected with a Healthcare Power of Attorney and Living Will.
Leone Noble & Seate is a firm dedicated to defending the rights of those injured on the job or in auto accidents and those looking for a fresh start through bankruptcy. The firm recently expanded its practice to offer online legal forms and advice (including Healthcare Powers of Attorney and Living Wills) at competitive rates. Beth Leone Noble and Jennifer Seate formed Leone Noble & Seate in 2006. Leone Noble & Seate is an AV rated firm by Martindale Hubble. The firm’s offices are at 7100 Six Forks Road in North Raleigh.