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Child Custody and Vacation

Child Custody and Vacation

By Danielle DeAngelis, Attorney at Law Summer is coming up quickly and with it, questions about child custody and vacation. Many custody agreements provide some detail around who will have the kids and when. For example, the custody agreement may specify the...
Adoption in North Carolina

Adoption in North Carolina

By Nicholas Presentato, Attorney at Law An adoption can be exciting, but the process can also be confusing and stressful if you do not have any prior knowledge. Here are some basics about how the North Carolina adoption process works. Types of adoption First, there...
Children’s Bill of Rights (When Parents Separate)

Children’s Bill of Rights (When Parents Separate)

Every child has rights, particularly when mom and dad are splitting up. Below are some rights children should have, and parents shouldn’t forget, when the family is in the midst of a break-up. The right to love and receive unconditional love from both of their...
Powers of Attorney and Advance Directives

Powers of Attorney and Advance Directives

By E. Drew Nelson, Attorney Powers of attorney are legal documents that give another person you trust (your agent) the right to make decisions on your behalf. These powers of attorney may be broad or limited. A broad power of attorney can enable the person named as...
AI Disruptions in the Legal Industry

AI Disruptions in the Legal Industry

Over the years, advances in technology have generally outpaced the laws that address the tech and/or the impact it has on society. The legal profession in North Carolina is witnessing the beginnings of a transformation due to the advent of artificial intelligence...