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Probate Terms in North Carolina – Part 2

Last week we looked at several common probate terms in North Carolina. Because probate is a relatively obscure area of the law that most people don't encounter until after the death of a close family member or loved one, we think it's important to expand on last week's list by explaining some additional common probate terms of North Carolina you might come across. Of course, these …  read more

Will You Help Us?

Did you know that nearly 1.8 million people in North Carolina are food insecure? Our state ranks 5th worst in America for food insecurity. Closer to home in the Piedmont, approximately 351,000 people go hungry every day. More importantly, more than 1 in 4 children go hungry in our area. In comparison, nationwide 1 in 5 children go hungry. You may ask, what I can do about the …  read more

April Is Autism Awareness Month!

Each year, the month of April is celebrated as Autism Awareness Month across the United States. According to the Autism Society, Autism Awareness month was started almost 25 years ago in an “effort to promote autism awareness, inclusion and self-determination for all, and assure that each person with ASD is provided the opportunity to achieve the highest possible quality of life.” This …  read more

Third Annual “Night to Shine” Gives Children with Special Needs a Night to Remember

For both a child with special needs and the parents of that child, the teenage years can sometimes be difficult, particularly if the child feels excluded from typical teenage activities. Thanks to former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow and his foundation, thousands of teenagers with special needs across the world recently participated in their own incredible prom night known as the “Night to …  read more

North Carolina Clinic Focuses on Health Care Issues of the Older LGBT Community

Health care is at the top of the list of concerns for everyone as they age; however, if you happen to be a member of the LGBT community, health care concerns take on a heightened importance as you near your retirement years. Members of the LGBT community have all the same concerns regarding health care for seniors as other older Americans do in addition to worrying about whether health …  read more

Updating Your Estate Plan is Essential

If you are new to the estate planning process, you should understand that updating your estate plan is absolutely essential if you want to get the most out of it. Once you speak to an estate planning lawyer, decide on the type of plan you want to create, and then go about the process of creating a plan, you might be tempted to take a break and congratulate yourself on your hard work. …  read more

How You Can Help Hurricane Sandy Victims

For anyone interested in providing support to the victims of hurricane Sandy, ABC news.com has posted a list of all the reputable charitable organizations that are providing support to victims. Even if you cannot provide direct support to someone impacted by the storm, you can support those organizations that give food, emergency shelter, as well as other vital materials to the relief …  read more

Man on Cross-Country Voyage for Vets

A Denver area resident is currently on a coast-to-coast journey in an effort to raise awareness of the problems veterans face upon returning home. Matt Kerner, 23, left San Francisco, California on June 4th. He intends to walk across the nation and eventually reach Washington D.C. in January of next year, a trip that will have him hike about 4,400 miles. Matt was inspired to take the …  read more

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