Monthly Archives: April 2020

Restraining Orders During COVID-19

Emancipation

With the stay-at-home order requiring many people to either work from home or, unfortunately, not work at all, the dynamics in your household may be changing.  People are now spending more time at home, around their family all day, with nowhere to go.  Tensions are running high as people don’t know when they can go […]

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What Happens If I Violate The Executive Order About Coronavirus

Coronavirus Executive Order

At this point, we all should be aware of Gov. Cooper’s executive order addressing the Coronavirus and certain restrictions he implemented meant to curtail the spread of the virus.  There are three main parts to which law enforcement will be looking for in its enforcement of the executive order: Mass gatherings Operating a business that […]

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Contracts during COVID-19

COVID-19 Contract Issues

These times are nearly unprecedented. And, definitely unprecedented with a society as mobile and technology enabled as we are today. Our society and, especially, businesses are held together by a seamless web of contracts. The relationships we have for services and products are underpinned by our understanding of a contract (verbal or written). An unprecedented […]

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Domestic Violence and COVID-19

Domestic Violence

While the stay-at-home order is required for health concerns, not everyone feels safe at home.  Our firm is here to help you navigate the court system during this unprecedented and scary time.  While the courthouses are significantly cutting down their operations, you can still file a Domestic Violence Protective Order (DVPO).  You also have the […]

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