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1906, 2013

NC child custody and moving out of state

Custody Determinations in North Carolina Child custody in the state of North Carolina is determined using the best interest of the child standard. The judges are responsible for considering multiple factors relating to the children,

1206, 2013

The importance of a medical power of attorney

A medical power of attorney is sometimes known as a durable medical power of attorney or a healthcare power of attorney. The purpose of this legal document is to appoint someone else, an agent, with

506, 2013

Child custody mediation in North Carolina

Laws in North Carolina dictate that most child custody cases will start with mediation. The goal of this mediation is to assist parents in coming to an agreement about the custody of the children, and

2805, 2013

Living Will vs. Healthcare Power of Attorney

Although a living will and a healthcare power of attorney are both health related documents associated with estate planning in North Carolina, they serve different functions. In many cases, it's necessary to have both a

2105, 2013

How to pick a good divorce lawyer

When you're in the market for a divorce lawyer in Charlotte, NC, you want to work with someone who is both understanding of your feelings as well as assertive in articulating your side of the