Raleigh Family Law Attorney Raises Concerns Over New Tax Bill’s Effects on Alimony Settlements

Congress passed a $1.5 trillion tax bill on December 19, 2017, cementing what is considered “the most sweeping rewrite of the tax code” in recent history. The bill impacts the most contentious points of taxation, such as greater tax cuts for corporations and business owners. It also significantly affects individual taxpayers who now face the … Continue reading Raleigh Family Law Attorney Raises Concerns Over New Tax Bill’s Effects on Alimony Settlements

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Raleigh DWI Attorney Questions New Utah Law that Sets State BAC Limit to Only .05%

Utah is not backing down from a tougher stance on drunk-driving, standing by a law it passed earlier in 2017 that brought the state’s maximum blood alcohol content (BAC) limit to 0.05%. The law, scheduled to take effect in 2018, will fine offenders over $1,300 and confiscate their licenses for at least 90 days. The law … Continue reading Raleigh DWI Attorney Questions New Utah Law that Sets State BAC Limit to Only .05%

Raleigh Drug Lawyers Further Examine Dangers of Carfentanil as Opioid Deaths Explode

North Carolina already suffers from one of the worst opioid epidemics in the United States. Now, a deadly new mix of drugs is making a lethal substance even more dangerous. Carfentanil – a type of fentanyl used to tranquilize large animals – has been identified as a key ingredient in drug mixes that contain heroin or other opioids. Ten … Continue reading Raleigh Drug Lawyers Further Examine Dangers of Carfentanil as Opioid Deaths Explode

Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney Examines Study on the Use of Police Body Cameras

A study led by Washington D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department shows that body cameras on police officers have not had “any statistically significant effect” on law enforcement officials use of force or citizen complaints. The results are bound to reopen debates about the policy, which was believed could help improve police procedures around the country and possibly curb abuse. Calling … Continue reading Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney Examines Study on the Use of Police Body Cameras

Raleigh Family Attorney Shares More Insights on Explaining Divorce to Kids

As a caring family lawyer, I can help see you through divorce and many of the aspects of this difficult process. In this article, I’ll share more tips on how you can talk to your kids about divorce. Knowing how to explain it to children, and answer their questions, can help you hold your family together … Continue reading Raleigh Family Attorney Shares More Insights on Explaining Divorce to Kids

Raleigh DWI Attorney Discusses the Charge of “Driving After Consuming”

You’ve heard of driving under the influence and driving while impaired – but if you're under the age of 21 you may find yourself in need of a DWI attorney to handle DACs? Driving After Consuming (DAC) is a serious offense in North Carolina, separate from Driving While Impaired (DWI). It made the headlines recently when an … Continue reading Raleigh DWI Attorney Discusses the Charge of “Driving After Consuming”

Drug Attorney Discusses Recent Arrests on Interstate 40 for Trafficking 130 Lbs. of Marijuana

What can happen at a routine traffic stop? For two women driving through Orange County, North Carolina last month, it turned out pulling over didn’t lead to just a simple traffic ticket – but rather arrests for trafficking 130 lbs. of marijuana. Recently, deputies stopped two women driving a Toyota Camry on Interstate 40 for a … Continue reading Drug Attorney Discusses Recent Arrests on Interstate 40 for Trafficking 130 Lbs. of Marijuana