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What to Do When an Employee Violates an Agreement in NC

By Mathew Flatow | Apr 24, 2019 | Comments Off on What to Do When an Employee Violates an Agreement in NC

Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements are two tools you can use to help protect your business from a former employee’s post-employment actions. But, even when you’ve taken the steps to insulate your company in the right way and had an attorney draft agreements likely to be enforceable in court, what happens when an employee violates an…

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Two Ways to Protect Your Business with a Non-Compete Agreement

By Mathew Flatow | Apr 24, 2019 | Comments Off on Two Ways to Protect Your Business with a Non-Compete Agreement
Two Ways to Protect Your Business with a Non-Compete Agreement

Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements are powerful legal tools because they place (reasonable) restrictions on what employees can do when they leave your company, essentially serving to help protect your business with a non-compete Agreement. (The average person will change jobs / companies 12 times over the span of their professional life.) In North Carolina, both…

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Traumatic Brain Injury – What can I do if I have a traumatic brain injury?

By Adam Seifer | Apr 11, 2019 | Comments Off on Traumatic Brain Injury – What can I do if I have a traumatic brain injury?
Traumatic Brain Injury in NC

A traumatic brain injury can be one of the worst injuries a person can have because it changes a person’s life. Symptoms can range from headaches and dizziness to lost memory and cognitive impairment. Other effects may include irritability, change in sleep habits and mood, sensory deficits, communication difficulties, and motor skills complications.   Traumatic…

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Alienation of Affection in North Carolina

By Missy Foard | Mar 28, 2019 | Comments Off on Alienation of Affection in North Carolina

You’ve just found out your spouse cheated on you while you were married. What’s your next step? While most states have done away with this common law tort, North Carolina is one of the few states that still recognizes alienation of affection and other heart balm actions. Alienation of Affection allows a spouse to sue…

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How Does a Cheating Spouse Impact the Divorce Process and Alimony?

By Missy Foard | Feb 19, 2019 | Comments Off on How Does a Cheating Spouse Impact the Divorce Process and Alimony?
cheating spouse divorce in NC

Divorce in North Carolina is complicated enough, but the addition of a cheating spouse may further impact the award of alimony. An attorney can help.

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Podcast: Child Custody and Visitation in North Carolina

By SeiferFlatow, PLLC | Feb 13, 2019 | Comments Off on Podcast: Child Custody and Visitation in North Carolina
Missy Foard on NC Divorce Info podcast for Child Custody in NC

Child custody and visitation cases in North Carolina can be quite complicated. There are several questions we hear from Family Law clients in Charlotte around these topics. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions, and they were also addressed in Missy’s recent guest appearance on the NC Divorce Info podcast. Before there is…

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What to Expect During an Initial Family Law Consultation in Charlotte

By Missy Foard | Feb 6, 2019 | Comments Off on What to Expect During an Initial Family Law Consultation in Charlotte

During a time you’re likely feeling stressed and overwhelmed, it can be helpful and reassuring to know what your next step is. That’s the goal of our initial family law consultation in Charlotte. This consultation time begins your family law case. During this time, you will get the opportunity to meet with the attorney, as well as…

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What’s Next After Your Initial Family Law Consultation?

By Missy Foard | Feb 1, 2019 | Comments Off on What’s Next After Your Initial Family Law Consultation?

After your initial family law consultation with the team, you might find yourself thinking What’s Next? At your initial consult, we will go over your case and talk about a case plan and you will be given homework. Managing Emotions After Your First Consultation The initial consult can be understandably overwhelming for a new client. In…

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Impact of a DWI Charge for CDL Holders in North Carolina

By Adam Seifer | Nov 21, 2018 | Comments Off on Impact of a DWI Charge for CDL Holders in North Carolina
for CDL Holders in North Carolina

Those who hold a Commercial Driver’s License (also known as a “Class A” license or “CDL”) are well aware that they are held to higher standards and greater scrutiny on the road. This remains the case even when a CDL holder is off the clock and driving for non-commercial purposes. One of the most impactful…

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Criminal Summons vs. Warrants for Arrest in NC

By Adam Seifer | Nov 19, 2018 | Comments Off on Criminal Summons vs. Warrants for Arrest in NC
Criminal Summons vs Warrants for Arrest in NC

Being served in NC can have a serious impact; in this post, we’re breaking down the difference of criminal summons vs warrants for arrest. North Carolina is a unique state which allows local judicial officials to issue citizen-initiated warrants. This means that a citizen can go down to a local Magistrate for example, explain to them…

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