Born and raised in Eastern North Carolina, the attorneys at Dixon & Thompson Law give their clients straight-forward advice and quality legal representation. Call us at 252-482-8696 during business hours, or contact us anytime.
Paul “Faison” S. Winborne, after practicing law in Raleigh, N.C. for 28 years joined Dixon & Thompson in 2016. While new to the area, his family roots are in Hertford County, NC, making him a natural fit in Northeastern North Carolina.
Concentrating in Family Law, Civil Litigation, Bankruptcy, and Wills and Estates, he brings a vast experience in every level of state court including District Court, Superior Court and the N.C. Court of Appeals, as well as Federal Court including the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, and before the Social Security Administration. His experience and background allow him to approach each case to meet each client’s goals, and keep in mind the cost in time and money.
He is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, Family Law Section, the American Bar Association as well as being a past member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
When not practicing law, Faison enjoys reading, being outdoors, including hunting, fishing and hiking. He is married to Jane Dowdy Winborne, and has 3 children, Lil, Perry, and Smith.
- North Carolina State Bar
- Wake County Bar Association
- Past member-Wake County Criminal Trial Lawyers Association
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Past member of North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers
- Member- American Bar Association
- 10th Judicial District Bar Association
- Volunteer Guardian-Ad-Litem Program
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- Speaker-CLE Basic Bankruptcy, (SES) Raleigh, N.C., 2002; “Client Interview” & “Property of the Estate and Exemptions”.
- Volunteer-Boys & Girls Clubs Summer Campership Drive
- Member-Murfreesboro Historical Association
- Past Member-Friends of the Ballet
- Past Member-Museum of History Young Associates
- Compatriot-National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
- Compatriot-North Carolina Society of the Sons of the American Revolution
- Member-Museum of Natural Sciences
- North Carolina Museum of Art
- Deacon-First Presbyterian Church, Raleigh
- Served on Property/Operations Committee
- Served on FPC Foundation Board
- President-Presbyterian Men, FPC-Raleigh
- Candidate-1998-District Court Judge; District 10 (Wake County)
- Candidate-1996-District Court Judge District 10 (Wake County)
- One of three nominated by peers to fill unexpired judicial terms, 1997, 2003