Hopler & Wilms, LLP is a progressive law firm committed to providing exceptional legal services to its clients.  Click to contact us for more information.

We provide exceptional legal representation in various practice areas, including administrative law, business law, employment law, unemployment compensation, wills, estate planning, and estate administration. 


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It is our policy to treat people with respect and to be generous with our time.  You are not a number or a billable hour to us.  You are a person first and foremost with real legal issues that affect your life, and we treat you like that from the outset of any legal representation to the very end.  We pride ourselves on developing relationships with our clients and doing more than what is expected of us by providing exceptional legal services.


Mr. Wilms worked very hard defending my rights for unemployment and won my case! He advocated restlessly for me and my family. - Cynthia G., Greenville, NC


Mr. Hopler was a very professional, honest, and caring person with integrity.  Without him I do not think I would have won my case.  He went above and beyond what I expected of him. - Elaine P., Wake Forest


My attorney represented me in a very long, contentious hearing, and his actions helped me provide for my family during a difficult time. I truly appreciate the time, effort, and compassion this firm provided me. - Jeff R., Raleigh



Whether you need help with the drafting of a Will, need help with the probating your loved one’s estate, need help recovering unpaid wages, or need help fighting your recent termination, we walk you through the steps required to handle your case and work with you as a partner until the completion of our representation.


At Hopler & Wilms, LLP, it is our goal to give you as much information as you need to help you in your decision about whether you need an attorney and whether we are the right choice for you.  Thank you for taking the time to consider us for your legal needs.