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The Holographic Will

By Douglas Noreen An Australian court recently decided a case wherein an unsent text message was used as a will for a man who subsequently died. His widow, who had been disinherited in the “text message will,” contested the will, arguing that because he did not send the text message, the deceased did not make […]

National Coffee Day

Howard Stallings wishes you a very gratifying National Coffee Day! http://hsfhaadlawyers.procurrox.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2969/2017/09/Coffee-Video.mp4

ADULTERY AND THE LAW

IS ADULTERY AGAINST THE LAW?  September 13, 2017  Robby Jessup  Blog Posts In North Carolina, a spouse may sue a third-party for interfering with his or her marital relationship. Suit is usually brought against the adulterous spouse’s lover for “Alienation of Affection.” (Although, North Carolina law also allows for such claims to be filed against an in-law, […]

Hurricane Irma Insurance Claims

Hurricane Irma Insurance Claims

Raleigh for Roads

Raleigh for Roads By B. Joan Davis The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce will kick off its Raleigh for Roads campaign on September 6, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the Chambers office at 800 S Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC 27601.    The campaign is to support the many roadway projects up for voter approval on the […]

The 10 Commandments of Mediation

By James B. Angell The 10 Commandments of Mediation As a mediator, I developed the following 10 Commandments of Mediation that I apply in my mediation practice: As a mediator, I will be prepared. A prepared mediator should know the facts of the case and the law relating to the case so that he or […]

Domestic Support Obligations in Bankruptcy

By Nicholas Brown Experienced family lawyers are adept at helping their clients secure alimony, child support, property settlements and other financial relief. But what happens to these claims when the party obliged to make payments files bankruptcy? This article takes a look at how domestic support obligations are treated in a bankruptcy case.  The article […]

North Carolina Map Act

“What is the deal with the NC MAP Act?” By B. Joan Davis A client recently asked me this question. His said that his property had been subject to the MAP Act, but not anymore.   He asked me: “Is there is anything I need to do?”  The answer is yes! If your property was identified […]

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

By Elizabeth C. Buckley The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued a landmark opinion last week, holding that employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII makes it unlawful for covered employers to discriminate with respect to […]

Defense of a Preference Claim

                                                                                          Defense of a Preference Claim                                                                 By James B. Angell There is no experience in a bankruptcy case more frustrating to our clients than a preference claim. A preference action typically presents itself as follows: A company owes money to our client for goods or services and is late in making payments. The […]

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