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Client Runs Car Off Highway, Collides w/ Exit Sign*
Client Runs Car Off Highway, Collides w/ Exit Sign*

Facts : Our client was distracted while driving and accidentally ran their car off the road colliding with an exit sign. When police arrived, the client left the scene not only with a torn up car, but an extra traffic ticket. Following the collision, Mr. Jetton was hired and ...

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Blog posts in August, 2016

  • Social Media Can Be Bad For A Divorce

    North Carolina residents who are going through a divorce may want to limit their use of social media. The overuse of social media can have a negative ...

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  • Financial Infidelity In Marriage Is A Common Issue

    Arguing about money issues is one of the top reasons couples get divorced in North Carolina. Many spouses are hiding cash and spending habits from ...

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  • Families Struggle With Visitation Orders

    For many North Carolina families, visitation rights often emerge as part of a divorce or after the parents have severed their romantic relationship. ...

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  • Panthers Fan Charged with DWI While Leaving Stadium*

    Facts: A state trooper pulled our client over for swerving into the lane and almost hitting a police car. This occurred after a Carolina Panthers ...

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  • Tax Deductions For Children After A Divorce

    It is common for child support to be ordered or agreed to when a North Carolina couple with young children decides to end their marriage. Although ...

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  • Dealing With Child Custody Disputes

    One of the obstacles that divorced couples in North Carolina face is child custody issues. Even though it has already been decided during the divorce, ...

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