Chamber holds ribbon cutting for Hook Law

The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Hook Law in Southern Shores on May 18th. 

Myra Ladd-Bone, Immediate Past Chairman of the Chamber Board and Broker at Atlantic Realty congratulated Tejal Desai, Attorney, Chief Operating Officer; Letha McDowell, Attorney, Shareholder, CELA; and Andrew (Andy) Hook, President, CELA, AEP, CFP for the opening of the new office in Southern Shores. “Hook Law offers a full range of services to help you address any legal matters or plan for anything life brings. We believe in the old adage that failing to plan is planning to fail. We take a unique holistic approach to solving your legal and financial issues, offering extraordinary, comprehensive solutions that maximize your opportunities in estate and long-term care planning, high-net-worth strategies, conservatorships, trust administration and beyond.”

The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for business on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. A regional organization representing 1,000 businesses, the Outer Banks Chamber serves Dare County, Currituck County, and Ocracoke Island.