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Derrick J. Hensley, Esq.

Derrick Hensley is a Durham, NC based lawyer dedicated to zealously advocating for his clients and maintaining an open, communicative attorney-client relationship.

Derrick is certified as a Child Welfare Law Specialist by the National Association of Counsel for Children. Derrick is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers' Association.

Please explore the site to learn more about Derrick's practice, or contact him using the information below.

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Ph. (919) 480-1999
Español (919) 808-4198
Fax (919) 636-6018
Office Address:
180 Providence Road, Suite # 4
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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In order to allow for the orderly scheduling of matters and to ensure periods of rest during the year, the Law Office of Derrick J. Hensley, PLLC will be closed, and there will be delays in returning any communications, in accordance with the following schedule:
Formal Secure Leave: TBD, 2017
Other Posted Vacation/Office Closure Days: December 22, 2017-January 2, 2018
All Holidays observed by Federal and State employees will normally be observed by this office, and severe weather closures will generally be consistent with decisions by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools.

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Attention: Although Derrick welcomes phone calls, letters, and emails from persons in need of legal advice, please be aware that Derrick owes no duty to represent you unless and until he agrees to be your attorney. He cannot agree to be your attorney until he assesses your claims and conducts a conflict of interest check to make sure he is not prohibited from being your attorney. No attorney-client relationship will be formed until you meet with the attorney in person and agree to the terms of his representation in writing.

Also, please do not use your workplace email account or any other means of communication that a third party could access, as that could destroy the legal privileges of attorney-client communication. Also be wary of your personal information security, and consider taking steps to improve your security against other parties in your case.