Did you recently do your taxes and learn that you owe a fine for not being insured? The government has created a SPECIAL ENROLLMENT PERIOD from March 15, 2015 through April 30, 2015. Legal Aid of North Carolina can help
The North Carolina General Assembly has been busily rewriting Chapter 96 of the General Statutes, “Employment Security” – known to most of us as Unemployment, Unemployment Benefits, or Unemployment Insurance. One change you should be aware of relates to your
A client asks: “I have a judgment from GE Capital that was issued in 10/2008. How would I go about getting that removed from my credit? Yes, it is mine. Whom would I contact? The court or the creditor?” If
Only about 10% of filed lawsuits make it to the courtroom; many disputes that could lead to lawsuits are settled before litigation ever starts. One of the primary reasons for this is the concept of settlement. Once the parties bring the facts out and lay out their respective views of the situation, it is often discovered that there is a solution the defendant can offer and that the damaged party is willing to accept to resolve the dispute. The question of whether or not to accept a settlement offer always rests with the client.
Everyone’s keeping a file on you; why aren’t you keeping a file?
Is your child’s college fund going up in smoke? I’m not talking about market meltdown here…
Upheaval in the legal profession has spawned much discussion in the press about how the practice of law is changing. In particular, a great many newly minted lawyers are disillusioned (to put it lightly) at their dim prospects for finding
How do you convince a client that the time to worry about those kids at home is BEFORE the probation violation, not after?
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