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When to Establish a Power of Attorney
When to Establish a Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document that enables a person to choose another to act on their behalf in certain, or all, matters. Because a power of attorney grants a person authority over your affairs, it’s important to name a trusted person and how long they are allowed ...

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Blog posts in October, 2019

  • What Happens if You Hide Assets?

    In a North Carolina divorce, marital property is divided under the “equitable distribution” rule. This means the judge will order assets to be divided ...

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  • Dividing Property in a Divorce

    While the main objective of a divorce is for two spouses to legally dissolve their union, there are several other components that must be dealt with. ...

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  • Does Domestic Violence Affect Child Custody?

    The effect of domestic violence on a child, whether it be directed towards the child or their parent, is detrimental. For this reason, when a couple ...

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