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June 2018 Archives

How dangerous is it to drive while drowsy?

There has been a growing push in recent years to raise awareness about the dangers of drunk driving and texting while driving. Such behaviors pose real threats to safety on the road and lead to high numbers of unnecessary tragedies each year.

How to find a divorce lawyer who has your best interests at heart

It finally happened. You and your spouse decided to pull the plug. You’d been unhappy together for years. You saw this moment coming. Nonetheless, the decision to terminate your marriage is still a shock to the system. You’re consumed by a dizzying storm of emotions: grief, anger, disappointment.

What does it mean to be separated in North Carolina?

If you are separated in North Carolina, then you cannot reside in the same home, except under very limited circumstances. This separation waiting period must go uninterrupted, for a minimum of a year and a day. If you decide to pursue an absolute divorce, it’s critical that you document the ways in which you have followed this state law.

Before you say, “I do” to a business partnership, get a prenup.

We’ve talked in previous articles about the practical benefits of getting a prenuptial agreement before entering into marriage. A matrimonial partnership and a business partnership have more in common than you might think. You may enter into both partnerships full of optimism, expecting them to last forever. And in both cases, it helps to iron out conflict-raising practicalities ahead of time.

You decided to divorce. Now how do you tell your kids?

When you and your spouse decide to part ways, there are a whirlwind of emotions to contend with. You may be filled with grief, anger and bewilderment. It can be easy to become consumed with how this dramatic life change affects you. When it comes time to break the news to your kids, many parents don’t give this conversation the forethought it deserves.

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"As a dad in a child custody case, I was very scared that I would not get enough parenting time with my young daughter. But, these two attorneys believed in me and helped me get a 50/50 week on/off schedule from the Judge for my daughter. Their hard work and determination blew me away, and I am forever grateful." -F.

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