Meet Charles

Hello, I’m Charles Worley, your charming non-attorney spokesman. Yes, my last name is Worley and I am in fact related to Attorney Worley, she’s my wife. I’m actually also related to another Attorney Worley in North Carolina, but I’m pretty sure he’s finally retired (this time). Since I’m not an attorney, I serve as the Office Manager and assist with scheduling meetings and answering the phones. I can’t offer any legal advice, but I’m more than happy to talk to you.

About me. Well, I was born and raised in Asheville, North Carolina but relocated to Bradenton, Florida back in 2001 after meeting and marrying Jami. While I miss the mountains and fantastic roads, I have adapted fairly well to life in the Sunshine State.

I have been a motorcyclist for the last 20+ years and enjoy riding my Ducati when the weather and traffic cooperate. In addition to casual riding, I have worked on motorcycle race teams traveling the country, and this past year I actually dipped my toes into racing myself. I even took third place at my first race weekend!

In addition to work and play, I am also active in an annual fundraiser called “Kilted to Kick Cancer.” Every September, for the whole month (usually), I wear a kilt to help raise awareness of prostate cancer and the importance of getting checked. 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed with PC in their lifetime.  1 in 36 will be killed by it. It’s a great way to get people talking and I’m already making plans for this year- so stay tuned!

That should give you a bit of insight as to who I am, but feel free to call if you have additional questions!

I look forward to assisting and talking to you soon.

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