A native of Alamance County, Robin began working for the firm in 1999. Robin serves as our intake coordinator, and also manages the day-to-day affairs of the firm.
Robin believes completely in the services we provide to our clients, and is very good at connecting with them on a personal level. She is very compassionate, and that compassion is evident with every person whom she interacts. Very rarely does a day go by where we are not told about how someone appreciated the time Robin took with them, either on the phone or in person, and how much it helped put them at ease. Many of our clients are facing stressful situations with family members facing illness, and Robin is very good at putting them at ease.
Robin will be your main point of contact, on either the phone or in the office, and she looks forward to speaking with you and helping you start the estate planning process.
Mary retired from the Alamance County Department of Social Services in 2013 after 34 years of service. During her career, she handled many programs with the last 16 years specializing in long term care and special assistance applications. Mary joined the firm of DEAL LAW, PLLC in 2014 as our Medicaid Specialist. “When we learned that Mary was retiring from Department of Social Services, we knew immediately that we had to find a way to bring her into the fold.” – Ray Deal
As our Medicaid Specialist, Mary is responsible for all Medicaid applications that are submitted by our office. Once the planning and necessary steps have been taken for qualification by Ray, Mary takes over and guides the client through the Medicaid application process – step-by-step.
Mary enjoys and is dedicated to her work. When she speaks with family members or the client, she understands they are going through a troublesome time. She takes as much of the burden as possible from their shoulders in relation to Medicaid and obtaining the means in which to pay facility costs.
Susan is a native of Alamance County and graduated from Southern Alamance High School, and attended Elon College and received and A.A.S. degree in Business Administration from ACC.
Susan worked for Attorney John K. Patterson for 19 years where she did estate administration, real estate, and corporations. Upon his retirement, Susan went to work for the Alamance Count Clerk of Superior Court where she was a Clerk in the Estates Division for 12 years. There Susan audited the estate and guardianship accountings as well as assisted the public and attorneys with estate filings. Susan found this job very satisfying because she was helping people during a most difficult time.
Susan joined DEAL LAW, PLLC in June of 2019 where she works with estate administration.
Cindy Hall is a native of Alamance County. She graduated from Western Alamance High School, and attended Western Carolina University and Elon University. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren.
Cindy started her legal career in Burlington, with the law firm of Vernon, Vernon Wooten, Brown and Andrews in 1988 working in the areas of corporate and estate law before leaving the firm in July 1991. In August, 1991, Cindy went to work for the now retired Honorable Steven H. Messick and T. Paul Messick, Jr., Attorney at Law, in the Messick Law Firm until the law firm closed in May 2015. For almost twenty-five years working in a general law practice, she worked in many areas of the law, specifically concentrating on estate planning and administration, bankruptcy filings and litigatyion, corporations, personal injury, guardianships, domestic litigation and filings, real estate transactions, and various other areas of law practice. After the Messick Law Firm closed in May 2015, Cindy went to work with Alamance County Department of Social Services working in child support. She met with and processed child support applications and was certified in DNA testing by Labcorp. She attended court on a regular basis assisting other child support agents. Cindy retired from Alamance County Department of Social Services in December, 2018. During that span of time from 2018 through August 2021, Cindy was not planning on returning to work, but in August, 2021, Cindy was approached by Robin Sutton, Office Manager for Ray Deal, and asked if she would be interested in working with Ray. Immediately without hesitation Cindy replied with an astounding yes. Having known Ray since working at the Messick Law Firm so closely, Cindy was excited for the opportunity to work with Ray. Cindy works primarily preparing estate planning documents, deeds, any corporate filings, and helps out with anything else that needs to be done. Cindy is very outgoing and loves people and loves to interact with the public. Anything she can do to put a client at ease with whatever situation they are going through is her goal.
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