WWPEM Law Firm > Team Members > PAUL J. EKSTER




Brooklyn, New York

Bar Memberships:
North Carolina, 1999
District of Columbia, 2000
South Carolina 2000

Tufts University (B.S., 1995)
Wake Forest University School of Law (J.D., 1999)

North Carolina State Bar
North Carolina Bar Association
Columbus County Bar Association
Brunswick County Bar Association

The Thirteenth District Bar Association (Brunswick, Columbus and Bladen Counties)

South Carolina State Bar
Horry County Bar Association
AV Rated – Martindale Hubbell

Practice Areas:
Domestic and Family Law
Mediation Practice
Personal Injury/Auto Accidents/Wrongful Death/Products Liability
Fiduciary Litigation
General Civil Litigation
Corporate matters and litigation
Workers Compensation

Paul has been with the law firm since the beginning of his career in 1999, starting as an associate, making partner in 2001, and becoming the managing partner in 2011, a role he still has, in addition to his active law and mediation practice.  Paul focuses on litigation in various fields of law, from domestic and family law to “tort” claims such as car and truck accidents, wrongful death cases, and other types of injury claims, to many other types of litigation.  Paul also has an active transactional practice involving such things as setting up businesses and corporations and preparing leases and contracts for various business clients.  Paul also has an extensive mediation practice, focusing mostly on equitable distribution cases, but also handling general civil matters.

Paul has been a guest lecturer at Fayetteville State University in criminal justice and evidence classes and at Southeastern Community College Business Law Class.  He has been an attorney and Judge Mentor for Teen Court, and a CLE Speaker at a seminar entitled: Taking Care of Business: Post-Separation Support/Alimony Refresher and the Intersection of Workers’ Compensation/Disability and Support Issues.  Paul currently serves as a GAL for incompetent clients helping them and their families through often difficult times.  Paul spends his “free” time at 5:30 AM each day as a member of F3Nation, where he is known as OneCall – since as they said when they nicknamed him – “OneCall does it all”.