Our Law Firm Is Expanding & Extending Our Legal Services To Waynesboro.
Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver proudly announces the expansion of our law firm into the Waynesboro area. With the addition of the attorneys and staff of Allen & Carwile, WAW now has a physical presence in Waynesboro and a committed and local team with deep roots in the community. Attorneys Franchesca (Fran) Fede Gomez, Timothy (Tim) C. Carwile and G. William (Bill) Watkins and their supporting staff will join the WAW team on April 1, 2023 and continue working in their established Waynesboro office space. This transition delivers significant benefits to both Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver and the team and clients of Allen & Carwile.
Experienced Attorneys Expand WAW’s Practice Areas & Expertise.
Fran, Bill and Tim come to WAW with decades of experience serving individual and business clients in Virginia.
Fran Gomez brings robust expertise to the WAW team, having represented clients in residential and commercial real estate transactions and estate planning and administration since 1997. She has strong ties to the Waynesboro community, serving in a senior civic position as Commissioner of Accounts for the City of Waynesboro. Her work also encompasses the protection of vulnerable adults as a Guardian ad Litem, facilitating guardianship and care for incapacitated individuals in the community. She’s built a reputation on clear communication and meticulous work that will be an asset to Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver.
Bill Watkins is an established Virginia attorney with a reputation for seamlessly handling complex business law needs and estate planning and administration, litigation and real estate transactions. At his core, Bill is a problem solver who develops creative and effective legal strategies for tackling challenging issues. He has worked as a Waynesboro attorney since 1973, representing the community’s legal needs and serving on multiple boards for organizations that provide pivotal services and support in Virginia.
Tim Carwile brings broad expertise in all legal practice areas to the WAW law firm. He began practicing law in 1974, representing clients with estate planning and administration, litigation and transactional work. For the past twenty years, he’s focused on trial cases and criminal defense, ensuring his clients experience strong and fair representation in and out of court. He authored the definitive legal publications on traffic law and criminal defense used by attorneys throughout Virginia. Tim also serves as Special Commissioner for the Augusta Co., VA, Circuit Court.
Our Collaboration Ensures Fair & Effective Legal Representation.
Expanding our service area and legal practices provide our clients with a strong network of professional and experienced attorneys that are only a phone call away. Since 1845, Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver has seamlessly integrated into the communities where we live and work to ensure our client’s legal rights are protected. This transition only enhances that benefit. We invite you to reach out to our newly expanded Waynesboro law firm with any questions.