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Making Arrangements After Receiving a Terminal Diagnosis

Making Arrangements After Receiving a Terminal Diagnosis

There are many decisions one has to make after being diagnosed with a terminal illness. Whether you’re still working for a company, self-employed, or retired, it’s a lot to digest. However, there are some steps you can take to ensure you and your loved ones are taken...
Can I Change a Child Custody Order in North Carolina?

Can I Change a Child Custody Order in North Carolina?

By Danielle DeAngelis, Attorney at Law While many families work diligently to arrive at a fair child custody agreement, circumstances can change. These changes may be positive or negative, but if they substantially impact the child(ren), the court may approve...
DWI in North Carolina: A Risk Not Worth Taking

DWI in North Carolina: A Risk Not Worth Taking

By Matthew C. Lewis, Attorney at Law Driving While Impaired (DWI) is a serious offense in North Carolina. The impairment may come from drinking alcohol, being under the influence of illegal drugs, or even from the side effects of legally prescribed medications. DWI...
Why You Need to Plan for Medicaid

Why You Need to Plan for Medicaid

By Ryan McNeill, Attorney at Law Will you outlive your retirement savings? This is a question most of us worry about when we reach mid-life. Even individuals who carefully save and plan for retirement cannot predict what the future holds. An accident, health crisis,...
May 2022 Newsletter

May 2022 Newsletter

Grandparent’s Rights in North Carolina By Danielle DeAngelis In an ideal world, all children would grow up with a solid family foundation, including parents, grandparents, and extended family members ready and able to support them. What happens when your...
Summer Safety Tips

Summer Safety Tips

Summer is here and many people will be heading out on vacation or just spending more time outdoors enjoying the great weather. Unfortunately, the statistics show that certain types of accidents and injuries increase during the summer months. So what can you do to keep...
A Probate Primer

A Probate Primer

What is probate? People often assume when a loved one dies that family members simply divide up the assets according to the last will and testament. In reality, it is not that simple. The executor of the person’s estate cannot simply claim title to a house, car, or...
How To Avoid Conflict With Your Business Partner

How To Avoid Conflict With Your Business Partner

According to N.C. Secretary of State Elaine F. Marshall, “new business creation filings for 2021 grew 40% over 2020 to total 178,300 new North Carolina businesses.” If you are one of these new business owners, you know how challenging it may be to work with business...