How Your Social Media Activity Can Impact Divorce and Custody Cases in North Carolina

In today’s digital age, social media has become an integral part of our daily lives, allowing us to connect with friends, share experiences, and express ourselves online. However, if you’re in the middle of divorce proceedings or a custody case in North Carolina, your social media activity can have a significant impact on the outcome…

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Understanding North Carolina Worker’s Compensation Benefits

Understanding North Carolina Worker's Compensation Benefits

If you’re injured on the job, the financial strain that comes from either needing medical treatment or being unable to work for an extended period of time can cause unnecessary stress.  Fortunately, in North Carolina, workers’ compensation benefits are designed to provide financial assistance to employees who are injured on the job. Our firm helps…

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Alimony vs. Post-Separation Support in North Carolina: Key Differences and Considerations

Alimony vs. Post-Separation Support in North Carolina

Divorce and separation are challenging processes. When going through a divorce, one of the most contentious issues can be the issue of financial support. In North Carolina, there are two types of financial support that a spouse may be entitled to receive from their ex-spouse: alimony and post-separation support. Understanding the distinctions between alimony and…

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Representative Case: Plaintiff Awarded Compensatory and Punitive Damages in Personal Injury Case

Representative Case: Plaintiff Awarded Compensatory and Punitive Damages in Personal Injury Case

In North Carolina, personal injury cases can cover a wide range of incidents. The most common include car, motorcycle, and truck accidents that lead to injuries like whiplash, fractures, or traumatic brain injuries. Other types of personal injury cases involve slip and fall incidents, medical malpractice, dog bites, workplace injuries, and product liability. No matter…

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Moving Out of State with Your Child When You Have a Custody Agreement in North Carolina

Moving Out of State with Your Child When You Have a Custody Agreement in North Carolina

Child custody matters can be emotionally challenging, and when a situation arises where you want to relocate with your children to a different state than their other parent lives in, it becomes even more complex.  North Carolina has specific laws and guidelines that govern child custody relocations of which you must be aware.  Understanding Custody…

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11 Mistakes to Avoid During a Divorce in North Carolina

Mistakes to Avoid During a Divorce in North Carolina

Divorce is a significant life event that can be emotionally and legally complex. For many, the divorce process is unfamiliar, which can cause stress and lead to missteps that can end in unfavorable outcomes that negatively impact your post-divorce future.  If you are considering or going through a divorce in North Carolina, you must be…

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Why the LLC Structure is a Great Option for New Businesses

When starting a small business, choosing the right legal structure is an important decision that can have long-term implications. While there are various options available, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) have gained significant popularity among small business owners.  In this blog post, we will explore the reasons why LLCs are generally preferred for small businesses. From…

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5 Reasons Forming an LLC for Your New Business is Important

Starting a new business is an exciting endeavor, but it also requires careful consideration of the legal structure that will best support your venture. One option that stands out for its advantages is forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC). In this blog post, we will explore why it is crucial for a new business to…

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Prenuptial Agreements Benefit All Couples in North Carolina

Prenuptial Agreement Benefit All Couples in North Carolina

Summer is a great time to think about love and relationships; with both Pride celebrations and wedding season upon us, our attention often shifts to thoughts of marriage, commitment, and all kinds of summer loving.  While planning your wedding, it can be hard to imagine a time in the future where your happily-ever-after might reach…

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