Monthly Archives: March 2021

Statesville General Law Blog

The right course of action after a car accident

Most North Carolina drivers are unprepared for an unexpected emergency, such as a motor vehicle collision. A car accident is…

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The right to make decisions for a child

One of the most important things a parent does for his or her children is to provide guidance and care,…

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Blended families benefit from financial and legal planning

Planning for the future is critical for every type of family, but it may be especially important for North Carolina…

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5 common DWI defense strategies

Seeing a police car’s flashing lights in your rearview mirror can be a frightening sight, especially if you’ve had a…

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Going to divorce? Preparing well is vital for the future

Ending a marriage is a significant decision that will have implications for every member of the family for years to…

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Is a strong financial future possible after a divorce?

The decisions made during the process of ending a marriage will impact a North Carolina spouse for years to come.…

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Removing an heir from an existing estate plan

Life is unpredictable, and something that once made sense for long-term plans may not longer be effective. Changes in life…

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The importance of a thorough and thoughtful estate plan

Planning for the future means considering long-term potential needs and providing for loved ones long after one’s passing. Many avoid…

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