Will Reaves - Morehead City Family Law Attorney

Attorney Will Reaves

Will Reaves practices divorce and family law as well as civil litigation in Morehead City as an associate attorney at Irons and Irons, P.A. A North Carolina native, Will strives to provide client-focused representation that is personalized and geared toward assuring the best possible outcomes for his clients.

Will is originally from Greenville, graduating from D.H. Conley High School in 2007. He graduated from North Carolina State University in 2011 with his degree in Business Administration.

Upon graduating, he went to work for a pharmaceutical consulting firm in Raleigh. There, he traveled the country providing pharmaceutical companies with solutions and strategies to work out issues related to FDA compliance regulations. As part of this work, Will used data and analytics to create the custom solutions to ensure his clients’ satisfaction and success.

In 2014, Will left the pharmaceutical consulting company to attend law school at Campbell University School of Law. During his time as a student, Will was a part of the mock trial team, attending the 2016 American Association for Justice Trial Competition and making it to the Final Four. Prior to graduating in 2017 and getting his law degree, Will completed two externships with the North Carolina Court of Appeals and the US District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. There, he clerked for judges on both courts and gained knowledge and experience related to trial law.

Will joined the North Carolina Bar Association following his graduation from Campbell University School of Law in May, 2017, and joined the Irons & Irons, P.A. firm soon after. When he’s not serving clients, he enjoys hunting and fishing and spending time with his family.

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morehead Family Lawyer - Will Reaves


712 Arendell St, Suite 140, Morehead City, NC 28557



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