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North Carolina Common Law Marriage 2022 – All You Need to Know

In most cases, couples get married by using a valid marriage license and having some form of ceremony. They are…

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The complications associated with probate

One of the responsibilities left with loved ones after the death of a family member is settling the decedent’s estate.…

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Using a trust as a way to avoid the probate process

After the death of a loved one, those left behind will face the task of settling his or her estate…

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Estate planning: Expect the unexpected

While no one can know with certainty what will happen in the future, there are steps one can take that…

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What do you need to know about Breathalyzer tests?

One minute you may be driving home from an enjoyable evening out, and the next moment you may feel anxiety…

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Are sick spouses more likely to get divorced?

There are many factors that can lead North Carolina spouses to make decision to end a marriage. Money problems, relationship…

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The emotional challenges associated with a divorce

Divorce is difficult, and the shock that a North Carolina spouse may experience after this decision has the potential to…

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Roadside tragedy in North Carolina

North Carolina highways can be busy, dangerous places. While one might think it is safer to travel in the wee…

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Avoiding problems with a real estate purchase

There are certain problems that may arise with the purchase of a new home when a North Carolina buyer does…

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What is the difference between a misdemeanor and felony offense?

When facing criminal charges, your future is on the line. Depending on the nature of the charges, you could face…

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Real estate trends that could impact the market in 2022

The pandemic had a significant impact on how and where people live and work, and these changes are expected to…

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How should a parent tell his or her kids about a divorce?

The decision to end a marriage is difficult and complex, as are the ways this choice could affect the youngest…

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Children should be the priority during a divorce

Ending a marriage can be a complex and emotionally challenging process for two parents, and it can be equally challenging…

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Loyalty traps and their potential impact on children

Children can suffer emotional and mental duress when their parents divorce, which is why parents often make a specific effort…

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A Proper Response to Parental Alienation

One of the most important things for a parent going through a divorce is to protect his or her relationship…

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When is A Real Estate Contract Void?

Buying real estate, whether for your primary residence, for a commercial venture or as an investment, will likely be one…

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Updating an existing estate plan is critical

Change is an inevitable part of life, and there are times when these changes could affect legal and financial planning…

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Maintain the right financial perspective during divorce

Divorce has the potential to bring significant financial changes, and it is in the interests of a North Carolina spouse…

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It’s becoming more dangerous to drive in America

Driving trends and car accident statistics indicate that driving in North Carolina is a risky endeavor. The behavior of drivers seems to…

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Defending against drunk driving charges

A DWI in North Carolina can result in significant penalties for an accused individual if he or she is convicted or pleads guilty.…

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