John A. Mandulak

John A. Mandulak | Attorney | Creditors' Rights | Fayetteville, NC
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4317 Ramsey St | Fayetteville, NC 28311

(910) 864-6888

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PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

John Mandulak is an associate with Hutchens Law Firm practicing in the areas of real estate litigation, creditors’ rights, and civil litigation. He advocates for clients in civil matters ranging from small claims before the local magistrate to oral arguments before North Carolina Supreme Court.

John believes that effective communication, understanding, and patience are the key to winning cases and working with clients.

“I try to put myself in their shoes and recognize their emotional and monetary investment in the issue they bring to me. One of my jobs as an attorney is to be understanding and explain things in a manner that allows the client to easily comprehend what's going on.” – John Mandulak

EDUCATION:

Juris Doctor degree from the University of Dayton School of Law (2002)

Undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1999)

ADMISSIONS:

North Carolina State Bar (2002)

U.S. District Court, NC: Eastern District | Middle District | Western District (2004)

MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS:

North Carolina Bar Association

North Carolina Bar Association | Litigation and Real Property Section

Cumberland County Bar Association

American Bar Association

Fayetteville Young Professionals

 

 

TESTIMONIALS:

" I have worked with John Mandulak and Hutchens Law Firm for a number of years. John brings a lot of knowledge to every case we work on, and the end results are indicative of the experience he displays. Whether it is a collection matter, contract work, or a business dispute, John has always been able to help us fight our case.”

-Drew O’Quinn, Vice President, Thompson & Little, Inc.

 

 

NOTE: The cases and clients mentioned on this site are illustrative of the matters handled by the firm. Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. Not all results are provided. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.