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How can a criminal defense attorney help me in North Carolina?

Are you facing a criminal charge in Charlotte? If so, you should never represent yourself in court. For starters, you don't know courtroom etiquette, proper filing deadlines and how to argue the law quite like an experienced criminal defense attorney does. So, how can a criminal defense attorney help you in North Carolina?

Explaining the home inspection prior to sale

Are you considering buying a home? Do you want to sell your home in Charlotte? It doesn't matter which side you are on, it's important for you to get a home inspection prior to signing on the dotted line. The home inspection is vital to the approval of a residential real estate transaction. Let's take a look at the home inspection and how it affects the sale of a residence.

Picking a power of attorney for your estate documents

Planning your estate is a difficult task to tackle but also one of the most important things you will do in life. Too many people wait until it is too late and wind up dying without a will. This leaves your assets and even minor children at the hands of the courts. You can avoid all of this by planning your estate while you are in good health. Part of this includes choosing a power of attorney in Charlotte.

#MeToo phenomenon could create unexpected legal problems

Communication today is at a different level than it was just 20 years ago. Where once we picked up the phone and gave someone a call, or took pen in hand and left a note, we now pick up the phone and text the note. The speed and frequency with which we send messages can be both a blessing and a curse, depending on which end of the line you happen to be.

What happens if a youth is charged with a crime?

You may have been having problems with your child for a couple of years. It has been a challenge raising a son who will not listen to you anymore. No matter how hard you try as a parent, sometimes you just do not feel like you are reaching him. It is very hard to do since you possibly work long hours and cannot always be at home. Unfortunately, as a single parent, you do not have a choice. You must work to provide for your son. You say that it will never happen to you. The idea of your child breaking the law. But what if it does happen? What do you do?

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