Social Media & Other Accounts Can ...
When planning your estate, keep in mind your “digital” property. We tend to think of our physical assets, such as a home, bank ...
Don't Keep Too Many Secrets
Who knows your “secret” passwords? A problem we encounter in probate is obtaining access to password protected information on the ...
Day Trip to Ephesus - NC Bar Trip To ...
A pleasant ride through the countryside shows us a different aspect of Turkey. The bustle and hustle of Istanbul gives way to rural settings: ...
Who Controls Your Memory?
Do you use online services to help communicate, store important information or photographs, and generally organize your life? I do. And, most ...
Questions People Ask - Counselor at Law
Over the past few weeks, the pastor at my church has been doing a series of sermons entitled “Questions People Ask.” One of those ...
A headline in the ABA Journal recently says “Bilingual Lawyers in Demand.” If you are a non-lawyer reader of this, you might be ...
Power of Attorney in North Carolina
A question that comes up frequently is whether or not a Power of Attorney must be recorded to be valid. N.C. G.S. 32A-9(b) requires a Power of ...
Husband’s Failure To Disclose Assets Is ...
In the case of Searcy v. Searcy, the Court of Appeals in a decision filed September 20, 2011, reversed the trial court and found that there was an ...
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