Yearly Archives: 2020

Statesville General Law Blog

Should You Delay Your Divorce Until After The Holidays?

While the holiday season fills many people with cheer, it also brings about a fair number of challenges. These could…

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The impact of divorce on children of all ages

Children are remarkably adaptable and resilient, but that does not mean they are immune to significant changes in their personal…

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Estate planning mistakes could be costly in the future

Considering the legal and financial protections one may need in the future may lead to someone drafting a will. This…

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Distracted driving can come in many different forms

When driving, the main priority should be the safe operation of the vehicle and arriving at the destination safely. Distractions…

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What parts of a divorce should be shielded from teens?

When parents decide to end their marriage, the youngest members of the family may go through a difficult time mentally…

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Is it time to end the marriage?

The choice to divorce does not come easy. Even when it is clear that is the best choice in the…

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How parental kidnapping can affect custody after divorce

During your divorce, you may have endured a heated custody dispute with your ex. Yet, once it finalized, you likely…

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Missteps during divorce can impact the future

The end of a marriage is a complex and emotionally challenging time for every member of a North Carolina family.…

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The importance of estate planning for every family

Planning for the future is something many North Carolina adults tend to overlook. Some skip this process because they are…

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How could co-parenting work for your family?

One of the most difficult aspects of a divorce is deciding what will happen to the children. North Carolina parents…

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House-Hunting Mistakes First-Time Home Buyers Make

You’ve decided it’s time to break out of rental life and make a big purchase: your first house. You and…

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A car accident can cause traumatic brain injury

A car accident can be minor or severe, and it can cause numerous injuries, including death. One possible injury is…

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What is contributory negligence and how might it affect my case?

Currently, there are only a handful of states that follow contributory negligence laws in a case based on negligence. North…

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Understanding North Carolina’s complex DWI statute

In North Carolina, driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be charged at any of five misdemeanor levels. Level I has the…

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How is alimony awarded in North Carolina?

During your marriage, your spouse may have been your household’s primary earner. As you two prepare for divorce, you will…

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What should I look for when hiring an attorney?

In most legal situations, you will have an easier time and see better results in your case if you hire…

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How many drunk drivers continue to claim lives in North Carolina?

If you are one of the many licensed drivers in North Carolina, you know that the state has very strict…

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6 Common Reasons For Divorce in North Carolina

No two divorces are alike. Marriage and divorce are highly personal to the people involved. The reasons you or your…

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How can I win a real estate bidding war without overspending?

If you are currently engaged in a bidding war for a piece of property, or if you feel like you…

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How accurate are radar devices?

Few things likely frustrate you more than receiving a speeding ticket when you know you were at, but not above,…

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