Most people’s biggest, single purchase is a home. Although owning your own home can instill a sense of pride in you, the process of buying a home is often fraught with complex issues and occasional headaches. Using the services of a real estate lawyer in Monroe NC can help you avoid potential pitfalls and make the home-buying process a seamless process.
Hiring a Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Red and blue lights are flashing behind you. Were you driving over the speed limit? Did you fail to notice a stop sign and drive right through? No driver likes being pulled over. It’s even worse when the officer writes a violation. Perry, Bundy, Plyler, & Long, LLP provides lawyers in Monroe, NC that offer representation that can help to keep your driving record as clear as possible
If you need legal counsel, you should take your time choosing the right attorney. The following are questions to consider:
Are they Experienced?
Find someone who has gone through courtroom battles before. Pick an attorney in Monroe NC who is familiar with the judges, other attorneys and, if necessary, understands how to pick a jury.
Being involved in an automobile wreck is often an overwhelming experience. One minute you are going on with life’s daily activities, and the next minute it all changes. First there is the issue of the recovering from the injuries you just suffered. Injuries can lead to trips to the emergency room, doctor’s offices, physical therapy sessions, and in some cases even surgery. Injuries often lead to missed time from work, which is often the most stressful part of being in an accident.
When legal problems arise, it may be difficult to decide if you need an Monroe NC lawyer. You may think that you will be able to represent yourself; however, be aware that many legal matters have gray areas and confusing laws that only the best attorneys can decipher.
It costs money to hire a good business lawyer, which is why many small and medium sized companies do not avail themselves of professional legal help unless faced with a lawsuit.
However, hiring Perry Bundy Law, a Monroe NC lawyer from the start can help a business avoid having to face legal action in the first place. The following are some ways in which a good business lawyer can provide valuable assistance to a small business.
Getting ready to start a business? Congratulations! In the state of North Carolina, starting an LLC is an affordable option for business owners. Most people set up an LLC to limit the exposure of their personal assets from claims arising out of their business operations. Our experienced attorneys will help guide you through the steps necessary to make sure you are protected.
Choosing Your LLC’s Name
Choosing your LLC’s name is an important first step in setting up your business. You should choose a name that will catch your clients’ eyes. The name you choose must be sufficiently different from any other LLC or corporation already registered with the Secretary of State. Additionally, your business name is required to identify itself as an LLC. The most common way to do this is by placing LLC, L.L.C., or Limited Liability Company at the end of the chosen name.
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Ashley McBride joined Perry, Bundy, Plyer & Long in 2016 after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Campbell Law. Ashley focuses her practice on Real Estate, Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Elder Law and Special Needs Planning.
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When couples decide to separate, it may be in their best interest to consider a separation agreement. Separation agreements are great tool for couples who have unique circumstances they would rather work out on their own without interference from the courts.
A separation agreement is a binding a contract between the parties that usually includes:
- Post-Separation Support
- Property Division
- Marital debt division
- Child custody and child support (if you have children)
Sometimes couples find that, despite their best efforts to keep a marriage together, it is in everyone’s best interest to separate. Once that tough decision is made, it is time to start deciding how to divide up their lives.
A separation agreement is typically used to document how a couple will divide property, debt, financial (spousal) support, and at times child custody and support.
North Carolina law does not require separating couples to have a separation agreement, but it is always wise to have everything in writing, signed and notarized. A separation agreement can also save time and money over court costs and legal fees down the road.
While some couples may decide to negotiate their separation agreements themselves, which can be very dangerous, we think that an experienced divorce attorney is a “must have” when negotiating a separation agreement.