Benjamin R. Warrick

Attorney in Clinton, NC
Mr. Warrick is a native of North Carolina and was born in Johnston County on July 3, 1936. Mr. Warrick has practiced law in Sampson County since 1967. He attended UNC-Chapel Hill where he received both his undergraduate degree and law degree. He is married to Pat Warrick and they have two daughters and two grandchildren. Mr. Warrick practices in the areas of special proceedings, estate planning, real estate, corporate law, and other general civil areas. Mr. Warrick represents The Big Blue Store of Clinton, Inc., the Sampson County Tax Office, and other entities and companies. Mr. Warrick has represented clients before the North Carolina Supreme Court on at least two occasions and the North Carolina Court of Appeals on at least ten occasions. Mr. Warrick has been an active member of the community and has served on various boards including the board of trustees of Branch Banking and Trust and the Clinton City Schools Board of Education. In 2011, Mr. Warrick was nominated and accepted into the North Carolina Bar Association's General Practice Hall of Fame, an honor only a very few attorneys across our State have received.
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Areas of Law

  • Family Law
  • Real Estate
  • Business Law
  • Wills
  • Probate


Overall Client Rating

in Trusts and Estates
1.0 out of 5.0

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  • Last reviewed on 03/15/13
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Experience & Credentials



Admission Details

Admitted in 1967, North Carolina

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Law School Attended

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Class of 1967

University Attended

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Class of 1964

Birth Information

Born in 1936
Smithfield, North Carolina, July 3, 1936

Associations & Memberships

North Carolina Bar Association; Sampson County Bar Association.

Representative Cases

Tucker v. City of Clinton, 120 N.C. App. 776 (1995); In re Sampson County, 356 N.C. 436 (2002); Williams v. Herring, 20 N.C. App. 183 (1973); Tyndall v. Tyndall, 318 N.C. 420 (1986); Tyndall v. Tyndall, 80 N.C. App. 722 (1986); Williamson v. Vann, 42 N.C. App. 569 (1979); In re Herring's Will, 19 N.C. App. 357 (1973); Sampson County Child Support E... More

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Office Information
Benjamin R. Warrick
 609 College Street, P.O. Box 1216,
Clinton, NC 28329


Warrick and Bradshaw, P.A. (Clinton, North Carolina)

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