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Elder Law– Planning Today for What Will Come Tomorrow
May is National Elder Law Month and Older Americans Month. It’s a great time to look at planning for tomorrow.
Custody and Summer Vacation: Check Before You Pack
School is ending. Summer is approaching. Vacation is calling. But… for parents who are separated, divorced or otherwise subject to a court order establishing custody, it may not be as simple as packing up the car and heading on out. There are a few other considerations to take into account.
The Pitfalls of Building Your Own Home vs. Buying from a Builder
If you have ever thought about buying land and building your dream home, doing your research up-front is critical. Once completed, in theory, your new home will be just right for your family’s needs. To get to that point, however, there are several potential pitfalls you must avoid.
BWS Newsletter: March, 2023
In this month’s newsletter, you’ll learn about North Carolina’s Identity Theft Protection Act, termination pitfalls for business owners to avoid, a new scam making the rounds involving deed notices in the mail, and Davidson-Davie Community College’s upcoming job fair!
Firing an Employee in North Carolina — Termination Pitfalls for Employers to Avoid
North Carolina is an “at will” employment state. This means employers may terminate employees at any time without a reason…with some exceptions. There are numerous federal and state employment laws that do offer some protection to employees; these same laws may put employers who act without understanding these laws at risk of finding themselves defending a wrongful termination lawsuit.
Commercial vs. Residential Real Estate Closings
If you plan to purchase commercial property, it is important to understand there are some significant differences in the purchase and closing process when compared to residential real estate.