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Understanding Child Custody: What Sole, Joint, Physical, and Legal Mean

As a parent, it’s unlikely that you ever planned to spend time away from your child aside from when they had to attend school or other activities. Relationships between parents sometimes don’t stand the test of time and work out the way they expected them to, and that’s when custodial arrangements have to be sorted…

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What To Know About the Corporate Transparency Act

Listen up, North Carolina business owners! The Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) went into effect on Jan. 1, 2024. And, since it applies to limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations, and businesses with other incorporation structures, it may also apply to you and your commercial enterprise. Now that this law has gone into effect, you may have…

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Making Sense of North Carolina Bankruptcy Exemptions

When individuals decide to file for bankruptcy, one of the biggest concerns they have when doing so is that they’re going to have to part ways with their belongings, like their home, their car, jewelry, and other assets. Fortunately, that doesn’t have to be the case, as there are certain exemptions you’re entitled to when…

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What Is a Chapter 12 Bankruptcy?

Most everyone has heard of Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy. However, there are lesser-known chapters of the bankruptcy code, including Chapter 12 bankruptcy, that you might not be as familiar with that is appropriate for a unique class of debtors – family farmers and fishermen. Continue reading, and we’ll discuss more regarding what a…

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