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Benefits of Establishing a Trust

Benefits of Establishing a Trust

By Ryan McNeill, Attorney at Law We spend most of our lives working hard to build a secure, prosperous future for ourselves and our loved ones. We often do not consider what happens if we do not have sound estate plans in place. The assets you leave behind after your...
What Should I Do If Someone Sues My Company?

What Should I Do If Someone Sues My Company?

By Matthew C. Lewis, Attorney at Law There are few things that can cause panic, fear, or confusion like being served with a lawsuit, whether it is against you personally, against your business, or in many instances, both. If you find yourself or your company served...
Estate Planning: Are You Prepared?

Estate Planning: Are You Prepared?

By David Inabinett, Attorney at Law Settling estates for loved ones who pass without a will (“intestate”) can be a stressful, lengthy, task intensive, and sometimes even contentious process. Unfortunately, whenever finances or precious belongings are involved, it can...
ADA Compliance: What Employers Need to Know

ADA Compliance: What Employers Need to Know

By Will Miller, Attorney at Law The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (and its subsequent amendments) was designed to protect those with disabilities from discrimination in employment (Title I); require state and local governments to ensure services and programs...
Brinkley Walser Stoner Mourns Mentor, Friend

Brinkley Walser Stoner Mourns Mentor, Friend

Local attorney Charles H. McGirt dies at age 86 Lexington, NC – With a heavy heart, David Inabinett, Managing Member of Brinkley Walser Stoner, PLLC announced the passing of long-time firm member Charles “Charlie” McGirt. McGirt joined the firm in 1961 and recently...
Collecting What Your Business is Owed

Collecting What Your Business is Owed

By Bradley Hunt, Attorney at Law Cash flow matters when you are operating a business. When a customer does not pay on time, you can be put in a position of being unable to easily pay your bills without borrowing money. When a late paying client becomes a potential...
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,...