Appreciable Impairment     

Today’s blog will attempt to explain the significance of ‘Appreciable Impairment’ as it pertains to North Carolina’s DWI Law.  DWI’s are the most litigated crime in North Carolina, and there are many different facets that create challenges for both the State and the Defense.  However, when dealing with Appreciable Impairment, it’s hard to understate how […]

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Ways to Start a Business, Enter into a Business, or Buy a Franchise

Buying an Existing Business Always evaluate the business by reviewing its history and its operations. Learn the business’s marketing strategies, how it generates its sales, acquiring customers, and an understanding of its finances. Some items needed from the existing business: Financial statements Tax returns Copies of leases and deeds Debt and loan repayment schedule Inventory […]

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Pro Se vs. Hiring an Attorney

A common question we receive about traffic tickets is, “Do I really need to hire an attorney?”  The answer is simple: no. In the United States you have the right to be pro se. You may be scratching your head and thinking, “what does pro se mean?” In lawyer speak it means you are representing yourself […]

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Estate Planning for Recent Graduates

Congratulations to all recent graduates of 2018!  This is an incredible milestone! There couldn’t possibly be any legal steps that need to be taken during this exciting time, right?  Well, I am here to inform you otherwise.  This mini-blog is just a helpful reminder to let you know that if you have not updated your […]

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