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Wendeline S. Batten

Batten 20

"The beauty of working in the legal profession is that everyday, I have the opportunity to make a difference in someone's life for the better."

- Wendeline Batten

Batten 20

Wendeline Shea Batten is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina.  She graduated from North Carolina State University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Spanish. Wendeline was Captain of the Equestrian Dressage team at North Carolina State University, and has been passionate about horses since birth.  

Wendeline graduated from Elon University School of Law where she served as Chair of the Honor Council and Vice Chair of Delta Theta Phi law fraternity. She interned at the North Carolina State Bar and the City Attorney's Office in Greensboro, North Carolina. Currently, Wendeline is a member of the Atlantic Judicial Circuit Bar Association, the Young Lawyers Division and Fiduciary Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia. She is also a member of the Exchange Club of Richmond Hill.

​She focuses her practice on advising clients in areas of estate, trust, and business succession planning. She drafts and reviews wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and business contracts, and assists clients with complex probate administration and litigation. In addition to her probate and estate planning work, Wendeline is a trained Guardian Ad Litem and represents children in Juvenile Court who may have been subjected to abuse or neglect.

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Emphasis on Communication

It is our goal to ensure clients are informed about what is going on throughout the duration of their case. As such, we put an emphasis on communication. We offer extended hours on mornings, evenings, and weekends to better serve client needs.

Free Initial Consultation

Our attorneys work hard to develop customized, effective strategies tailored to your needs and do not charge for an initial consultation. Clients can count on us to offer supportive and compassionate representation from the beginning of their case until their resolutions.