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Can I expunge my criminal charge?

The most common question I get during criminal consults is “Will this charge be on my record?” or, "Can I expunge my criminal charge?" There is a common misconception that a charge, even if dismissed, does not appear on a crim...

Are You Covered? When to Update Your Will.

Generally, the purpose of a will is to distribute the testator’s assets upon his or her death. A will often includes a provision for personal property, real property, and the residuary estate. While your will may have incorporat...

Jeremy Smith certified by the NC State Bar as a specialist in state criminal law

Congratulations Jeremy! Jeremy was recently certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a specialist in state criminal law. There are only 142 criminal law specialists in the state of North Carolina and we are proud that Jeremy i...

Restraining Orders in North Carolina

According to North Carolina Law, domestic violence occurs in one of the following ways: Attempting to cause or intentionally causing bodily injury to another. Placing someone (or a member of their family or household) in fea...

Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are contracts entered into by couples who are contemplating getting married to one another. Couples may decide to enter into a prenuptial agreement for various reasons, but usually it is because they want to ...