January 2019 Archives

Two big mistakes drivers will make after a car crash

A car accident can bring out a wide array of emotions within you all at once. Anger at the other driver, confusion at what to do next, fear of how it will affect your insurance or even relief that you are alive. One of these dominant feelings can make it difficult for you to focus on what you need to do afterwards to receive coverage for your damages and personal injuries.

What are your rights when a customer files bankruptcy?

When a customer who owes your business a substantial amount of money files for bankruptcy, you have a tough choice to make. Do you pursue the debt into bankruptcy or do you chalk off the money owed as a loss? Too many business owners chalk the money up as a loss, fearing that going through the collection proceedings will expend even more resources they may or may not have. However, this may not be the best decision for you. FindLaw details what you can do if your North Carolina business decides to pursue a customer's debt through bankruptcy.

How to create a successful parenting plan during divorce

When you are going through a divorce with children, a parenting plan is a document the parents will put together to be approved by the court. The plan will govern the details relating to the responsibilities of each parent following the divorce. In the past, creating this arrangement was routinely specified as a custody arrangement. However, more and more it is now being designated as a parenting plan.

Smart planning can optimize the effectiveness of an estate plan

When people are beginning to plan their estate in North Carolina, they are one step closer to a more productive, efficient and relaxed future from a financial standpoint. However, their efforts should not stop once an estate plan has been put in place. With active measures to maintain its legitimacy and optimize its productivity, people can use frequent assessment to make sure their plan stays as current and valid as possible. 

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