The attorneys at Wallis Law bring years of experience and a devotion to meeting each client’s unique needs.
Diane A. (Dee) Wallis is a partner in the Raleigh law firm of Wallis Law Firm, P.A.; in practice in Raleigh since 1982, when she graduated from Duke University School of Law with Distinction. Her practice includes a representation of families and their small businesses, with emphasis on planning and drafting for special needs or problems, such as estate planning, disabled family members, elder law, advice and various contracts for businesses, and administration of estates and guardianships.
Dee has been active in many civic organizations during her career, from the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys to the Durham Kennel Club. Her three children are grown. Now, she and her husband, Steve, raise, train and show Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and spend a lot of time in the mountains of North Carolina.
Admitted: 1982, North Carolina
Law School: Duke University School of Law with Distinction in 1982
Mary Beth Stillwell
Mary Beth is an Associate Attorney who joined the Wallis Law Firm in 2020. She graduated from Campbell Law School where she participated in the Senior Law Clinic. Her practice includes estate planning, guardianships, and special needs planning. She also serves Wake County as a Guardian ad Litem attorney, taking appointments to represent Respondents in Incompetency and Guardianship proceedings.
Mary Beth and her husband Dale have three grown children. Her interest in elder and special needs law developed while raising a child on the autism spectrum and working as a paralegal for an elder law attorney. She finds that educating and advising clients is the most fulfilling part of practicing law.