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Melody Davalos

Principal Attorney

Melody has always wanted to be an attorney and work to solve problems for others in need. She graduated cum laude from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2003. For the last 15 years, she has gained extensive experience defending the rights of the criminally accused, separating spouses, personal injury victims, and more. With an interest in entertainment law, she has taken the opportunity to become one of few such lawyers in North Carolina. As an experienced litigator, she'll confidently take on any case and fight for the best possible outcome for her clients in or out of court.

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Attorney Dana Stone

Dana Stone

Attorney At Law

Dana graduated cum laude from North Carolina Central University's School of Law. Because she took night classes for four years to obtain her law degree, she learned what it truly takes to be resourceful, tenacious, and determined to reach a goal. Today, as a family law, personal injury, estate planning, and civil litigation attorney, she uses those traits to help her clients through their cases and seek positive results. She has a strong belief that everyone should be treated fairly and approaches each of her clients as a family member that needs her legal representation and guidance.

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Paralegal Halea Solano

Halea Solano

Paralegal

Halea has lived in North Carolina since 2000. She's a graduate of North Carolina State University where she earned her bachelor's degree in Spanish and Literature with not one, but two, minors in Criminology and Law and Justice. Since her graduation in 2012, she has held multiple roles within the legal field including a legal assistant, courtroom clerk, and now as a paralegal for the Law Offices of C. Melody Davalos, PLLC since the beginning of 2020. She uses her fluency in Spanish as an opportunity to give every person that seeks Melody's and Dana's legal representation a fair chance at quality guidance and counsel.

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