Plan for the future and protect your family with these 7 things to do when estate planning in North Carolina
Our eminent domain attorneys are looking at how new transportation paths in Durham and Orange Counties may affect property owners in these areas.
Getting your license after it’s been suspended may seem like a challenge, but it may not be as complicated as you think. Learn the steps you need to take to get your license back so you can get back on the road.
Are you an employer? If so, non-compete agreements are most likely a part of your company. Many companies have their employees sign them in the event that they leave or are dismissed. If you are an employer, be sure that your non-compete agreements are enforceable.
For customers who don’t pay for services, learn how contractors, mechanics, and other service providers can place property liens to secure payment.
Learn about how bike expansion measures in Raleigh could affect your property or increase the volume of bicycle accidents around the city.
Underage drinking is taken seriously by the state of North Carolina. Learn about the consequences of this “not serious” crime.
A will is just a part of estate planning. We’re breaking down the difference and what you need to know to plan for the future.
Learn how you may be able to get your gun rights back in NC, even if you were convicted of a felony.
We’re sharing a closer look at eminent domain rights in NC and what steps you can take to improve your outcome.