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Practical Issues in Litigating Personal Injury Cases in North Carolina

While many injured parties revel at the idea of filing a lawsuit to hold those who injured them accountable, it’s important for potential litigants to understand aspects of the general litigation process in North Carolina from a practical...

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Divorce Law in North Carolina

A divorce in the State of North Carolina may be obtained in one of two ways: filing for an absolute divorce or a divorce from bed and board. In deciding whether to file for an absolute divorce or a divorce from bed and board, a multitude of factors...

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Adverse Possession in North Carolina

Adverse Possession is a current and longstanding doctrine of North Carolina Law that allows a person to acquire ownership of another person’s real estate through continuous long-term use and possession of the property. Basically Adverse...

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