September 22, 2020

The short answer is: There’s no such thing as an Eviction Expungement in North Carolina. But the long answer is much more interesting. Learn how we can help.

July 24, 2020

So, you’ve been furloughed from your job because of the pandemic and you’re having trouble finding new employment. You’re behind on your rent and you’re worried about being evicted. Presumably, you’ve heard of the federal CARES Act and Governor Roy Cooper’s executive o...

July 14, 2020

We explore the problems created by having a criminal conviction on your record, how to get charges and convictions expunged, and recent updates to the laws in NC.

June 30, 2020

As society has moved away from domestication of wild animals and more towards animal rights legislation, four states have refused to pass animal rights legislation regarding the domestication of wild and dangerous animals. North Carolina is one of these four states. In...

June 26, 2020

With the pop culture phenomenon of Netflix’s Tiger King sweeping across America, the ownership of big cats and other exotic pets continues to be a big issue in North Carolina. If you or a loved one is fearful of an exotic pet living nearby, then this blog is for you! P...

December 17, 2018

What pleading guilty does to your car insurance rates and why paying an attorney is likely to save you money in the long run.

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