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There have been a lot of changes over the past 50 years, both in the types of jobs Americans have and where and how they live. Many of these changes have left historic buildings vacant. Many small cities and towns have been hit especially hard, with industry moving out of the area (or out of the country). Have you ever looked at one of the old buildings – perhaps an old Mill – and thought, “I’d love to buy that building and renovate it…”?
Redeveloping a historic property may not be as far out of reach as you think. There are federal, state and local incentives and grants available to those interested in rehabilitating historic properties.
If you hire employees, you must be aware of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA is a federal civil rights law designed to remove barriers preventing qualified individuals with disabilities from enjoying the same opportunities that are available to persons without disabilities. The rules apply to private employers, state and local governments, employment agencies and labor unions with 15 or more employees.
The best child custody agreements come from cooperation between the two parents based on their decision to do what is in the best interests of their child (or children). When the parents are not able to agree, the North Carolina courts will determine custody based on the best interests of the child.
The annual Big Toy Day event benefiting Communities in Schools of Lexington/Davidson County will take place Saturday, August 27 at the Davidson County Airport from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Area families are invited to come see the big “toys” on display, including fire trucks, planes, boats and more!
Wake Forest Baptist Health Lexington Medical Center Foundation presents Sportsmen’s Saturday, an annual fundraiser to benefit the Medical Center. Richard Childress is the Honorary Chairman for the 2016 event, scheduled for October 29 at the Lexington Historic Southern Railway Freight Depot at 129 S. Railroad Street in Lexington. Brinkley Walser Stoner is a proud supporter of Sportsmen’s Saturday!
Lexington, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner Attorney E. Drew Nelson has been admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Nelson joined the firm in 2013.
“Drew was admitted to practice in front of the nation’s highest court by a motion of Charlie McGirt (of the firm) and Jerry Grimes of Barnes, Bunce, Grimes and Fraley.” says David Inabinett, Managing Member of Brinkley Walser.