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Trademark vs. Copyright: What Should You Know?

If your business is part of a larger brand, or if you regularly create your own original marketing materials, you may be searching for a way to protect your business assets from intellectual property (IP) theft.  In today’s digital environment, dealing with IP theft can mean more than unfair competition—stolen IP has the potential to

What is a Power of Attorney and Why Do You Need One?

A power of attorney, or POA, allows you to designate another person (the “agent” or “attorney-in-fact”) to act on your behalf with financial affairs. This allows the agent to make critical decisions for you. This is especially important when you are incapacitated or unavailable to make decisions.  But who needs a power of attorney?  What

What to Know About North Carolina Non-Compete Agreements

Although non-compete agreements are viewed unfavorably under North Carolina law, they continue to remain popular among businesses that have trade secrets, key clients, or other business interests they fiercely want to protect. Below, we discuss more about non-compete agreements, when they may be used, and what elements are necessary for a non-compete agreement to be

What Is a Will & Why Do You Need One?

If you don’t have a valid last will and testament, you’re in good company – as of 2017, only 42% of American adults had an end-of-life plan (including a will) in place. Unfortunately, lacking a valid will doesn’t just mean that your end-of-life wishes may be ignored; it can also place additional strain and stress

Temporary Protective Orders in North Carolina

You may know that you can seek a protective order or restraining order against someone who has threatened you or your family. However, the actual process of seeking a protective order can be complex, creating more stress for those who are already under strain due to threats of violence. Experienced family law attorneys, like Weaver,

What Does “Contempt of Court” Mean in Family Law?

In family law cases, the trial court’s order is generally the final word. However, when it comes to enforcing this order – whether collecting child support, seeking compliance with a custody or visitation order, or being reimbursed for medical expenses you may need additional help from the court. In most cases, this is accomplished through

What Is a High Asset Divorce?

While divorces involving relatively few assets can be uncomplicated, those that involve a business, rental homes, stock options, pensions, or other assets can present challenges—even when the parties generally agree on the division of assets. And when the division of assets is contested, the legal issues facing you can be even tougher. What should you

Joint vs. Sole vs. Shared Custody

Navigating custody during and after a divorce can be complicated, even if you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have a civil relationship. Should divorcing parents pursue joint custody, shared custody, sole custody, or some other option? What are your rights as a parent in this situation? Read on to learn more about the different types of

What Types of Divorces Are There in North Carolina?

There are only two types of divorce in North Carolina: Absolute Divorce and Divorce from Bed and Board.  However, there are other terms that include the word “divorce” that people sometimes use to describe the issues surrounding the cessation of marriage, and resolving those issues is often lumped together by non-lawyers as a “divorce.” These

How Much Does Divorce Cost in North Carolina?

When you’re seeking a divorce, one of the most important questions you’ll want answered is this: “How much will my divorce cost?” In this article, we’ll discuss average costs for different types of divorce, as well as factors that can increase the cost of divorce.  Average Cost of Divorces in North Carolina To determine the
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