About The Firm

Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC, is a well-known law firm that has been serving the Charlotte community for more than 50 years.

Throughout our history, our firm's mission has been to learn and understand our clients' needs and the external factors affecting them so we can aggressively and professionally represent them. When so much is at stake — whether you are facing criminal charges, going through divorce or have been seriously injured — we have the experience, expertise and resources to help you find a solution.

"Mr. Plumides took my case and made me see it different, which has made me different. In court and out he is caring, professional, and he treated me with the utmost respect. I was facing more than I thought I could handle, and somehow he reduced that by his knowledge and wisdom and not giving up by keeping in touch with me and visiting me. He is honest and caring and always ON TIME!!! Thank you again, Mr. Plumides. I would recommend you to anyone searching for someone to take their case." - Clinton, former client

A Dedicated Team Of Attorneys

While you will have one attorney in charge of your case, our four partners collaborate on every case, so that you benefit from multiple perspectives and collective experience. This includes Michael Romano and Richard Johnson, who are both North Carolina board-certified family law specialists, a designation that very few lawyers in the state hold, and Greg Plumides and John Cacheris, whose vast experience has earned them both numerous accolades and awards.

Coupled with a readiness for trial in every case, you can be sure that you will have representation that will help you find a resolution that protects your interests and rights.

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Schedule A Consultation Today

To learn more about our firm and how we may be able to help you, schedule a consultation at our office in Charlotte today. Call Plumides, Romano, Johnson & Cacheris, PC, at 704-323-7833 or 877-851-1934.