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Being convicted of Driving While Impaired or (DWI), is a very serious matter. A DWI can be based upon impairment involving alcohol, prescription drugs, illegal drugs or other impairments. According to, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration “Interactions between alcohol and other substances in the body such as certain medications or illegal drugs increase impairment and make driving more risky.”
We’ve all been looking forward to summer this year. Restrictions in North Carolina and around the United States are lifting just in time for you to start planning your vacations and activities for the summer.
If you believe someone is responsible for the death of a loved one and are thinking about pursuing a wrongful death claim, there are a few things you should know.
McGirt has practiced law in North Carolina since 1961. His areas of practice include banking law, business & commercial law, estate planning, business organizations, condemnation, and real estate. McGirt is a graduate of Lenoir-Rhyne College and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Law.
The housing and real estate market has seen significant increases in sales since the start of the new year. Buyers are looking to take advantage of low-interest rates and sellers are enjoying historic high sales prices. This high volume of activity means Realtors, mortgage lenders, and real estate attorneys are all working hard to keep the buying/selling process moving.
While the pandemic and social distancing have only heightened the need for eClosings, there are institutions that still require the traditional physical presence of a notary. Research what works best for you.