Our Staff

Sarah Beth Withers

Sarah Beth Withers, Esq. - Bankruptcy and Guardianship

Sarah Beth worked as a bankruptcy paralegal practicing both debtor and creditor rights prior to becoming an attorney. While attending law school, she served as a Judicial Extern for The Late Honorable Randy D. Doub, Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Sarah Beth graduated from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2013. After graduation, she worked as a staff attorney for the Chapter 13 bankruptcy trustee. Sarah Beth has been involved in the bankruptcy process serving debtors, creditors, judicial chambers, and the trustee. This comprehensive experience makes her uniquely qualified to represent both creditors and debtors in the bankruptcy process.

Michelle Loveys Dozier

Michelle Loveys Dozier - Law Clerk

Michelle is a committed non-profit advocate with over 20 years of experience in North Carolina and New England. Michelle graduated from the University of New Hampshire's Franklin Pierce School of Law in 2018, where she earned a certificate in health law and policy, and received experiential training focused on public interest initiatives in civil and criminal courts. While attending law school, Michelle served as a student attorney for the Criminal Practice Clinic, a legal intern for New Hampshire Legal Assistance, and a Justice of the Peace for the State of New Hampshire. Michelle has chosen Eastern North Carolina as her home to be closer to her husband's family. Michelle has joined our firm as a law clerk, and is utilizing her non-profit knowledge and skills to form new programs for our firm. Please join us in sending encouragement to Michelle as she prepares to sit for the North Carolina Bar Exam in February 2020.

Jenn Haddock

Jenn Hancock - Paralegal

Jenn is a 2019 East Carolina University graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Psychology and a minor in Alcohol and Drug Studies. She spent her last semester of undergrad as an intern and temporary deputy clerk with Beaufort County Clerk’s office which gave her a great introduction to the court system and first-hand experience working in the field. From there, Jenn spent some time working in the civil division of Edgecombe County Clerk’s office where she gained valuable knowledge and experience in family law. In August of 2020, Jenn completed her paralegal certificate through East Carolina University and she intends to sit the North Carolina State Bar Paralegal Certification exam in April of 2021.