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The Risks Of Self-Representation In Criminal Cases
The Risks Of Self-Representation In Criminal Cases

People in North Carolina are often encouraged to take care of things themselves. If one goes into a local bookstore, that person would find dozens of how-to books on subjects such as growing a container garden, restoring a vintage automobile, plumbing, basic auto repair and ...

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Blog posts in April, 2016

  • Changing Trends In Divorce Age

    Most people in North Carolina get married with the idea that they will live happily ever after with their spouse. Data demonstrates that many people ...

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  • Money Issues Can Exist After A Divorce

    Divorce can be a traumatic and stressful experience, but if it is the right thing for a North Carolina couple, it can often be a relief once the split ...

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  • Alternative Divorce Options

    When many North Carolina couples decide that it is time to end their marriage, they may assume that they will have to go through the litigation ...

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  • Child Custody Issues May Be Contributing To Decline In Migration

    People from North Carolina and across the U.S. used to move around the country a lot more than they do today. According to studies, inter-state ...

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  • Pitfalls To Avoid For Divorcing Spouses

    Divorce filings in North Carolina and around the country often surge in January. While the beginning of a new year may seem like an opportune time for ...

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  • Preparing For A Same-Sex Couple Contested Divorce

    With same-sex marriage now legal in North Carolina and around the country, it is likely inevitable that some of these couples will see their ...

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