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Considerations Before Selling a House in North Carolina
The buyer typically has a lot more to do during the escrow time period than the seller. ... Read more

Criminal Procedure in North Carolina
If you've been accused of a crime in North Carolina, here's some useful information about the process you should expect. Getting Arrested in North Carolina Before officers can arrest you, they must be reasonably sure you committed a crime. In general, this means they need to see you commit the crime, ... Read more

Divorces in North Carolina
For some couples, dissolving a marriage is as straight-forward as compiling the paperwork; for others, it is an emotional matter fraught with legal difficulties. Though the process is similar nationwide, there are unique legal points in North Carolina. Will You Require an Attorney? Some spouses—those ... Read more

North Carolina and Bankruptcy
Admitting that your financial worries have spiraled beyond your control is a humbling realization. Thanks to protections offered through federal law, the situation does not have to be hopeless. Bankruptcy helps countless individuals who are experiencing financial distress get back on track. There are ... Read more

Home Buying Basics in North Carolina
Seller disclosures are important for you as a buyer, since just looking at a property may not be enough to tell you what problems its owner encountered with it while living there. ... Read more

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When Does a Selfie Become a Crime?

There’s nothing new about teenagers flirting. But there is something new about the way they are doing it these days and their acts can be prosecuted as Possession, or Distribution of Chi ... Read more

What's the difference between chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy?

The vast majority of bankruptcies are filed under either chapter 7 or chapter 13. If you file bankruptcy, you will need to determine which is the better choice for you. Chapter 7: Liquidation ... Read more

I just got a traffic ticket. Am I in danger of losing my license?

This SHOULD be the most common question that I get as a traffic law attorney, but it’s not. Most people think of a traffic ticket as a nuisance. They want to know what the fine is or if the ... Read more

DOES NORTH CAROLINA'S "BATHROOM BILL" EFFECTIVELY LEGALIZE EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION?

Many individuals, groups and corporations have spoken out in opposition toNorth Carolina’s outrageous, discriminatory “bathroom bill.” The controversial law, known as House Bill 2 (H ... Read more

PHILADELPHIA CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYERS: TRANSGENDER HIGH SCHOOL RESTROOMS

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit handed down a favorable decision Tuesday for a Virginia teenager who has taken the fight against transgender discrimination in his high school to federal ... Read more

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