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I’m Divorced. Can I Move With My Child?

Relocating with your child is not as simple as you may hope. You may have to obtain permission from the other parent and possibly the court for such relocation.  These types of cases can be [...]

Physical vs Legal Custody in North Carolina

  Divorces can be, and often are, difficult. It is a stressful time for everyone involved – the husband, wife, and sometimes, the children. With all the other issues that go along with divorce, one [...]

NFL Players file lawsuit demanding workers comp benefits for CTE

Last month, more than 100 retired football players filed suit in Fort Lauderdale federal court against the National Football League regarding workers’ compensation and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The brain disease is linked to repeated [...]

Former Bayer Vice President Sues Company for Discrimination

Last week, former Bayer vice president Irene Laurora filed suit against the company for wrongful termination. Per the lawsuit, a pregnant colleague of Laurora’s was pulled from an important project “solely because she intended to [...]

Baby Boomers and Divorce on the Rise

According to a report by the National Center for Family & Marriage Research, divorce among baby boomers is at an all time high – the divorce rate among middle aged and older adults has doubled [...]

Forming an LLC in North Carolina

A Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is one of the most common types of businesses formed. The structure of an LLC offers both features of a corporation and the flexibility of a partnership, and the [...]

What is a Simple Absolute Divorce in North Carolina?

Sometimes spouses grow apart and mutually decide to dissolve their marriage without any conflict. A Simple Absolute Divorce, also known as an Uncontested Divorce, is when both parties are in agreement regarding all factors. If [...]

What is an Uncontested Divorce in North Carolina?

What is an Uncontested Divorce in North Carolina? Simply put, this is where both parties agree to either dissolve their marriage or at the very least have no lawful grounds to dispute the dissolution of [...]

What’s My Personal Injury Case Worth?

We get many phone calls from people who have been injured, whether it be by a car accident, slip and fall or they were attacked by their neighbor’s dog. During the consultation we walk each [...]

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