1. Immigration 101: The U-Visa

    If you have been a victim of certain crimes and can help law enforcement or government officials, you may be eligible for U nonimmigrant status. This status, commonly called the U-visa, can help you temporarily stay in the United States. However, only victims of certain crimes are eligible for this …Read More

  2. Moving Away? Check North Carolina’s Relocation Laws First

    If you are a North Carolina parent with primary physical custody of your child and you want to move, you need to be aware of the state’s relocation laws before you sign any paperwork. It’s possible that your move may not be legal. Here is an overview of North Carolina’s relocation laws. You Wa…Read More

  3. Hurt in an Accident? Take These 5 Steps to Protect Your Claim

    Car accidents happen every day, but when it happens to you, it can be a very scary experience. These events can cause serious and immediate injuries, or they can result in injuries that only really present themselves a day or two after the accident. With this in mind, it is important to take the rig…Read More

  4. Do You Need To Consult A Lawyer About Your Small Business?

    Almost every single small business owner knows that they need an accountant from the get-go. Additionally, it is more common than not that a small business will also have an insurance agent and perhaps a business manager to help you navigate your new venture. However, one of the professionals that m…Read More