August 2019 Archives

Parenting agreements and court approval

As you approach divorce, one of your primary goals is to create a parenting agreement to keep you and your ex-spouse on the same page in the future. With this, it's easier to provide your children with the stability they deserve, despite the fact that there is a lot changing around them.

Staying focused while driving means eliminating distractions

When people sit behind the driver's seat and prepare to operate their vehicle in North Carolina, they undertake the responsibility of being attentive, responsible and respectful so that they can protect themselves, their passengers and other motorists on the road. Unfortunately, there are plenty of distractions to withdraw from a person's ability to be vigilant. If not managed appropriately, these distractions can be incredibly dangerous and life-altering. 

Parents with special needs children may need to create a trust

Most parents try to do the right thing for their children when creating an estate plan. Providing for the security and well-being of loved ones is a primary motivator for people creating their own wills. When a member of your family has special needs, however, standard estate planning strategies that rely mostly on a last will may not be adequate for your family's unique needs.

Business formation types that limit personal liability

For many residents of North Carolina, launching a business is the first step in fulfilling a lifelong dream, but if you choose the wrong business structure when doing so, you can wind up facing unnecessary financial and personal hardship. At Daughtry, Woodard, Lawrence & Starling, we understand that the type of business structure you choose to establish will have long-lasting ramifications, and we have helped many people looking to establish their own businesses pursue solutions that meet their needs.

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