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Hutchens Law Attorneys Appointed to Community Leadership Positions

Movers & Shakers, peopleMovers & Shakers, peopleMovers & Shakers, peoplemovers-shakersThree attorneys from the Fayetteville, North Carolina-based Hutchens Law Firm were recently appointed to leadership positions at various organizations within the community.

Hilton "Hutch" Hutchens, the law firm's partner and supervisor of the firm's default servicing litigation practice, was chosen to serve on the Board of Trustees of Fayetteville Technical Community College. Hutchens was previously a member of the Foundation Board of Directors at the college. He currently serves as President of the Cumberland County/12th Judicial Bar Association after previously holding the positions of vice president and second vice president with that organization.

Sarah Miranda, associate attorney with Hutchens Law Firm, recently began serving a one-year term as president of the Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity, having served on their board of directors since 2006.

Lanee Borsman, an associate attorney in foreclosure and litigation for Hutchens, is now a member of the volunteer committee for the North Carolina State Bar Lawyer Assistance Program. The Lawyer Assistance Program aids North Carolina lawyers in the areas of alcoholism, addiction, and mental health disorders. Participation in the program is confidential, and many of the volunteers draw from personal experience with addition and/or mental health issues to assist their peers.

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