Should I plead “Not Guilty” in NC Courts?
Have you been charged with a crime? Just because you think you may be guilty, does not automatically mean you will be found guilty of your criminal charge or traffic violation. Under the law, you are presumed to be innocent …
When To Review Your Beneficiary Designations?
Did you know that your will does not determine who gets your IRA or your 401(k) account when you die? That’s right – these accounts are “non-probate” assets, which means they’re not covered by your will. Instead, they will generally …
Have you Picked The Right Executor?
Have you picked the right person as your executor or trustee? Before you name someone as an executor or a trustee in your will – or before you agree to be an executor or a trustee – it’s a good …
Vacation in Florida? Or Moving to Florida?
Florida has a new law on powers of attorney. The law is important for anyone who recently moved to Florida, as well as anyone who lives elsewhere but owns a vacation home there or regularly spends time in the state. …
Divorce Books: Top 3 Books About Divorcing
While the decision to get a divorce is yours and only yours to make, having the guidance and help through specialists and researchers never hurts either. Here is a list of some of the best divorce guides and help books …
Is Your Husband Cheating? 5 Signs
Your own intuition is usually a good indicator that your spouse is cheating. You can tell that something is wrong and if you think that he is cheating, the chances are that you are right. Yet, here are 5 signs …