Attorney Klish oversees the practice areas of probate law and estate planning including the setup of wills and trusts.

Anthony Klish earned Bachelor Degrees in Political Science and Psychology from East Carolina University. He was the President of ECU’s Political Science National Honor Society and was as an active member of the Judicial Board. Anthony graduated from Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, where he received the Law Dean’s Scholarship for all three years. Anthony served as the law school’s Chief Justice. He competed in mock trials, moot court and client counseling competitions. Anthony has a wide range of experiences in both civil and criminal matters. He worked with the Wake County Public Defender’s Office on cases ranging from DWI’s, to felony trials where defendants face sentences of up to life-in-prison. He worked for an estate lawyer, serving as an officer manager and assisting in the closing of estates and other probate matters. Additionally, Anthony has worked closely with other attorneys in pursuing complex lawsuits within North Carolina and other states. Anthony volunteers for a wills clinic hosted by the Southern Coalition for Social Justice. Through the Coalition, Anthony provided many clients with end-of-life documents. Also, Anthony volunteered for the Innocence Project, where he reviewed cases and pursued defendants’ claims of innocence. Finally, Anthony's goal is to assist his clients in their most important moments. Anthony realizes that his clients' issues matter tremendously. Consequently, Anthony voraciously works towards his clients' goals, never being satisfied until the best outcome is reached.


  • North Carolina State Bar
  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • 10th Judicial District Bar Association
  • Wake County Bar Association
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice