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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

Personal Injury Basics in North Carolina
An individual who believes that an accident—be it an automobile crash or a problem during surgery—resulting from someone else's negligence might have grounds for personal injury litigation that would result in financial compensation. North Carolina law governing such lawsuits has unique requirements, ... READ MORE

NC Witnesses at a Small Claims Trial
So, you're involved in a lawsuit that's been filed in a North Carolina small claims court (or "magistrate court"). Now it's time to go trial and have a magistrate decide who wins. What can you do to help make sure you're on the winning side? Witnesses can mean the difference between winning and losing. ... READ MORE

North Carolina Small Claims
What is a Small Claims Court? What can you do if someone owes you money or has some of your property, but it's not worth enough to justify hiring an attorney? In North Carolina, this type of dispute and others can be handled by a special court. If you're in this situation, it may pay to know what "small ... READ MORE

North Carolina Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... READ MORE

Record Sealing and Expungement in North Carolina
Sometimes people can overcome regrettable pasts, at least when it comes to criminal offenses or accusations. Laws governing record sealing and expungement—which conceal or destroy public records of legal incidents—vary from state to state, with North Carolina allowing latitude for people accused ... READ MORE


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