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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...
Estate Planning Digital Checklist

Estate Planning Digital Checklist

Most of us now have an online presence, whether it is very basic, i.e., email and Facebook, or we do almost everything online. From autopay to online banking to our social media profiles, our estate plans must evolve to cover handling these online accounts upon our...
Estate Planning Guide for 2022

Estate Planning Guide for 2022

We have updated our Estate Planning guide for 2022. As your life changes, so should your estate plan. Our attorneys answer some common questions in this updated article. Find out the new gift and inheritance tax limits; learn how to avoid probate; discover whether a...
Attorney Will Miller Receives New Guide Dog

Attorney Will Miller Receives New Guide Dog

As many of you know, Will Miller lost his sight while battling cancer in his twenties. He completed law school and now practices law with the support of a guide dog. His last dog, Anja, passed away in 2019. Will shares his experience on getting a new guide dog. 1....
Finding the Best Long-Term Care Facility for a Loved One

Finding the Best Long-Term Care Facility for a Loved One

By Attorney, David Inabinett Placing a loved one in a long-term care facility is often one of the hardest decisions a family must make. As our population has aged, the number and type of these facilities have increased to accommodate the need. There are active adult...