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Wesley R. Carter

Wesley R. Carter

Proven counsel for churches and ministries

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Mr. Carter is a shareholder at Winters & King and an integral member of its extensive practice in nonprofit organization law and has had numerous articles published on the subject in various mediums. He is a frequent lecturer at religious conferences and teaches legal courses at seminaries and missions schools. He represents and advises many highly respected churches, ministries, charities and other organizations across the United States. Mr. Carter handles a wide range of legal issues for churches and ministries, including contracts, trademarks, employment law and IRS compliance issues.

Attorney Wesley R. Carter’s academic and professional career has clearly been marked by excellence and success. As a law student, he received multiple accolades for academic excellence and served as an editor of the Tulsa Law Review. He graduated from the University of Tulsa College of Law with honors before being admitted to the Oklahoma bar.

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Every case is different and requires unique skills and experience. Our staff includes attorneys with experience in various aspects of business law, including employment, contracts, trademarks and Internet law. Our principles guide every area of our practice, and our clients appreciate and value this unique approach to law. Call us today at 918.494.6868 or contact us online to schedule a consultation regarding your legal issue. You can count on our values as well as our professionalism and competence.

Practice areas

  • Nonprofit organizations
  • For-profit organizations
  • Trademarks
  • Contracts
  • Employment law
  • Internet law

Admitted

  • Oklahoma
  • U.S. District Court for Northern District of Oklahoma

Education

  • J.D., cum laude, University of Tulsa College of LawEditor, Tulsa Law Review
  • B.S., Northeastern State University, Named 21st Century Scholar

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