Heather Mobley is a native of Mecklenburg County. While attending Independence High School, she helped her mother and father run the family business, Mobley Electric Company, Inc. After high school, she attended Appalachian State University where she completed her B.A. in Political Science, graduating Magna Cum Laude. After college, Heather worked as an office manager for Mobley Electric Company and other businesses. After gaining some practical experience, she decided to pursue a career in law. She was admitted to the Wake Forest University School of Law and while there discovered a passion for family law while working for Gordon Miller in her litigation clinic placement in Winston-Salem.
Heather’s practice predominantly consists of parent representation in Department of Human Services hearings. She gets great satisfaction from seeing families reunify. Heather also has an active private practice where she assists clients with divorces, prenuptial and separation agreements, child custody and support, step-parent and adult adoption, and termination of parental rights. She provides clients with guidance and advice specific to their needs and the needs of their family. Heather can assist you with estate planning, including wills, living wills/advanced health care directives, health care power of attorney, and power of attorney documents.
Heather is both a member of the Cabarrus County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council and the Cabarrus County Mental Health Task Force.
Heather has been happily married to Seth Peagler since 2011. The couple enjoys spending time with their dogs and their respective families, chasing food trucks, and pursuing their mutual love of comics. In addition to her legal work, Heather is also actively involved with Concord-Cabarrus Business & Professional Women, having served as an officer and member of the Executive Board as well as on various committees. Heather also serves as a member of both the Cabarrus County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council and the Cabarrus County Mental Health Task Force.
She also works with local charities including providing pet food to Cabarrus County Meals on Wheels, and The SplashPaw Foundation, helping families with pets in need, as well as Team Cul de Sac, raising money in the fight for a cure for Parkinson’s Disease.