02.27.2015 Disbarment [Guilford County]

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Edward McVey surrendered his law license and was disbarred for knowingly and intentionally creating fictitious documents that purported to show he maintained liability coverage when he did not to be an approved closing attorney, submitting false documents, and making other such false statements and documents regarding his qualifications.  His actions constituted engaging in criminal acts by obtaining property by false pretenses that reflect poorly on his honesty, trustworthiness, and fitness as a lawyer.  McVey violated many Rules of Professional Conduct in his actions, and therefore was disbarred with the option to petition for reinstatement after five years.

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