Even if you’ve had certain charges dropped off of your criminal record, they can still affect your life in a negative way. Learn about expungement in North Carolina.
Has COVID-19 caused your eminent domain case to drag out? We’re sharing what you can do to move forward.
Our estate planning attorneys are sharing what you need to know to prepare a will and power of attorney during COVID-19.
New changes to NC expungement laws allow more people the opportunity to clean their record. Learn more about expungement laws taking effect in December 2020.
Changes to the Glenwood Avenue section of Highway 70 near Crabtree Valley Mall will relieve congestion and many hazards due to Raleigh’s growing population.
In light of the Supreme Court Justice’s latest mandate, during the COVID-19 crisis, many documents can be signed under penalty of perjury, without the necessity of a notary which enables us to offer even greater protection for us and our clients.
What happens when a quiet, four-lane highway becomes an interstate? Landowners along Route 70 from Hidden Hollow to Brier Creek to Stirrup Creek are about to find out. Crystal Coast owners are thrilled about the future upgrades. Converting Route 70 will cut travel time between the Research Triangle and the Crystal Coast, which is a […]
NCDOT says widening a section of Interstate 95 will improve safety and decrease traffic congestion. But how much will this project cost area landowners in terms of lost property and diminished property value? Interstate 95, which runs almost directly north-south from Miami to the Canadian border, is one of the oldest roads in the interstate […]
Changes to the I-40 and I-440 interchange will positively impact traffic in Raleigh, but it will impact landowners as well. Does your property fall within the limits of this eminent domain project?
Recent changes to NC laws now allow for 16 and 17 year olds to be tried in the juvenile system, barring specific evidence.