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Business Disputes: Causes and How You Can Manage Them

Given the choice, most people would wish that business disputes never occur. But, that's not reality; they do happen, sometimes more frequently than we'd like. Properly managed, conflicts can bring about positive change and growth. Sometimes, though, an issue will leave all parties completely unable to agree. In such a case, without appropriate action the

Business Disputes: Causes and How You Can Manage Them

Living Will: Take Charge of Your End-of-Life Medical Decisions

The smart person is always aware of the potential for trouble ahead and plans for it. Ideally, this choice allows for avoiding it altogether. But, at the least, it often helps to mitigate the effects of a calamity if it is unavoidable. Speaking of which, the one event that is inescapable for every human being

Living Will: Take Charge of Your End-of-Life Medical Decisions

Buying or Selling Real Estate Property? Be Clear on Title Issues

All transactions involving the sale or purchase of property have huge financial implications. Regardless of which side of the transaction you’re on, missing any important detail could turn the process into a nightmare. Can you imagine finding out that there was an problem at the end of the process? You may not be able to

Buying or Selling Real Estate Property? Be Clear on Title Issues

You’ve Been Named an Estate Executor in North Carolina — Now What?

Are you the kind of person who likes to do a job well?  Do you find joy in excellence whenever you have a task at hand? If this is you, then you'd make a great executor of an estate in NC. The responsibilities are weighty, but they have to be done and done right. For

You’ve Been Named an Estate Executor in North Carolina — Now What?

Thinking of a Prenuptial Agreement in Charlotte, NC? Check This Out

In a time when few things seem to be permanent, precaution is better than cure. Unfortunately, this includes romantic relationships. When you're coupled and considering the next step, you definitely hope that your love for one another will lead to a lifelong marriage. Yet, it is a fact that many marriages end in emotionally wrenching

Thinking of a Prenuptial Agreement in Charlotte, NC? Check This Out

Helpful Information About Probate In North Carolina

Imagine your boss has told you that you're going on a surprise work trip but won't reveal where you’re going, when you're going, why you're going, or how you're getting there. How do you think you'd feel? Pretty anxious, right? It's only natural -- when we know something is coming we want to plan for

Helpful Information About Probate In North Carolina

Estate Executor: What Are Your Responsibilities?

The assets acquired over a person's lifetime are valuable. They could also be in different forms, such as cash, physical assets like houses or buildings, and other investments like treasury bills and bonds. On the other hand, there are intangible assets. Each of these can be very useful to one’s beneficiaries, which is why they

Estate Executor: What Are Your Responsibilities?

Facts About NC’s Civil Litigation Laws You Should Know

Although people typically do their best to avoid going to court, many of us will eventually find ourselves embroiled in civil litigation cases. This will happen for a wide variety of reasons, most of them will be unpredictable and legal represention will be important. In this blog post, we're going to look at some interesting

Facts About NC’s Civil Litigation Laws You Should Know

Child Custody in North Carolina – What You Need To Know

Broken relationships between spouses and partners can be devastating. The emotional fallout is even more complicated when children are involved. Sorting out the issues associated with custody and child support can create a great deal of disagreement. Sadly, the conflicts often negatively impact the children at the heart of the disputes. Fortunately, significant efforts have

Child Custody in North Carolina – What You Need To Know

Important Facts About Domestic Violence You Should Know

Domestic violence is an evil no one should have to deal with. A spouse, life partner, boyfriend, girlfriend or other close family member will be the perpetrator in most cases. For victims, this fact alone makes the situation extremely complicated and emotionally overwhelming. Thankfully, there are laws in North Carolina that specifically protect victims and

Important Facts About Domestic Violence You Should Know
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