If you have been a victim of assault, or know someone who has or witnessed assault on another person, it is important to know your legal rights. The Raleigh and surrounding area assault charge lawyers at Kirk, Kirk, Howell, Cutler & Thomas, LLP have all the details you need for filing assault charges. Whether you […]
With the incredible numbers of the large and small game available in North Carolina, locals and visitors alike enjoy the hunting, fishing, and trapping opportunities our state has to offer. In order to hunt on North Carolina land, one must possess a license and understand the requirements and restrictions they may face in obtaining an […]
Another important aspect of your Living Will is that you can make a determination in writing as to whether you want artificial hydration or artificial nutrition to remain in place if it will extend your life.
If you are in need of a personal injury attorney in Raleigh, here are some important questions to ask so you know you have chosen the best personal injury lawyer for your case.
Ever seen the billboard that reads,”A $20.00 cab ride beats a $10,000 DWI”? It’s true! DWI cases can be expensive and can drag out for a long time. Find out how much your DWI case could cost and how we at Kirk Kirk Law can help.
When it comes to the term ‘trespassing’, most are familiar with the general concept. However, it is important to note that in North Carolina, laws surrounding trespassing are strict, and therefore should be taken seriously. Whether you are a property owner, or somebody who has been charged with trespassing, understanding the details of this offense […]
Asset protection steps now can ensure your loved ones are taken care of in the future.
If you’re choosing between a limited liability corporation versus a sole proprietorship, read about the advantages and disadvantages and how to choose the right option.
Learn the laws regarding self-defense to safely protect yourself and your family without fear of legal ramifications.
Plan for the future and protect your family with these 7 things to do when estate planning in North Carolina