A prenuptial agreement is a contract signed by two people about to get married. It serves many purposes but principally explains each spouse’s responsibilities and rights should they divorce. North Carolina law closely regulates whether these agreements are valid. Most people imagine that prenups are needed only by the wealthy. But most people could benefit …

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Planning for the future is hard work. Planning for your death is even harder. Although no one wants to think about their own demise, executing well-drafted estate planning is essential to ensure that your assets are protected. At Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, LLP, our attorneys are experienced in crafting individualized estate plans for our …

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Other than making sure to comply with requirements for executing an attested will under North Carolina estate planning laws, you generally have a great amount of flexibility and leeway regarding what you can include in the document. As you consider the provisions you want to include, your family situation, and other unique circumstances, you can …

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A commercial real estate transaction involves both financial and legal considerations which can often be overwhelming for the parties involved. Not being properly prepared for such a transaction could cost you big. That is why you need an experienced real estate attorney on your side. An experienced commercial real estate attorney understands the legalities and …

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A will is a critical element of any estate plan. A valid will gives you control over the distribution of your estate in the event of your death. If you die without a will, your property will pass through intestate succession. This means that state statute will determine who gets your property, and it may …

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A divorce often involves discussions on matters such as alimony, property distribution, and child custody. When spouses disagree over these terms, they can be said to be in a contested divorce. A contested divorce could also occur where one spouse contends the parties have not lived separate and apart for the required period of time. …

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