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How an Attorney Can Help Preserve Evidence in Your Injury Case

A successful personal injury case begins and ends with good evidence. When you need to prove that someone else’s negligence caused your injuries, it’s evidence that proves your lack of fault and the other party’s liability.

However, the process of investigating the causes of your injuries and collecting evidence can be time-consuming and exhausting, especially if you’re still injured and recovering. Fortunately, a personal injury attorney can help you through this process.

Keep reading to learn about evidence collection in personal injury law and find out how an attorney can take on the hard work of preserving the evidence in your case.
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How Does Divorce Affect Business

How Will My Divorce Affect My Business?

Getting divorced is difficult for everyone, but it becomes even more complicated for business owners. Between understanding what property is subject to division and protecting your assets, there are numerous legal issues to consider when facing a divorce in North Carolina. Fortunately, there are measures business owners can take to protect their business in the event of a divorce.

Keep reading to learn more about your options. Continue reading “How Will My Divorce Affect My Business?”

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3 Reasons You Should Get Medical Treatment After a Car Accident

It might be tempting to skip going to the doctor after you’ve been in a car accident. Maybe you think you can tough it out, or you’re hoping the pain will get better on its own. Before you skip going to the doctor, take a few minutes and read this article. There are plenty of good reasons why you should always receive medical attention after you’ve been involved in a car accident.
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What Are Temporary and Permanent Orders in a Divorce?

Temporary and permanent orders resemble each other, but they serve very different functions during a divorce. Understanding the distinction is critical to ensure the best outcome for you and your children, both in the short-term and long-term.

So, what are temporary orders, how are they different from permanent orders, and why do they matter? In this article, we’ll cover the basics of temporary orders, including why they’re important and how an attorney can help you when dealing with a temporary order. Continue reading “What Are Temporary and Permanent Orders in a Divorce?”

3 Ways to Deal With Chronic Pain After a Car Accident

Every car wreck is unique, and so is every victim’s recovery. Some people have a straightforward path back to their pre-crash level of health and wellness, but some victims experience chronic pain that lingers for months or even years after a wreck.

If you’re experiencing chronic pain after a car accident, it’s important to know that you’re not alone. Many car accident victims find themselves in the same situation. In this article, we’ll explain what chronic pain is and talk about some of the options that can help you deal with its effects. Continue reading “3 Ways to Deal With Chronic Pain After a Car Accident”

9 Ways to Save on Legal Fees During a Divorce

If you’re facing a divorce, you’re probably worried about the financial cost of the whole process. And those fears are justified: when emotions run high and spouses argue on every front, a divorce can financially devastate one or both parties. 

Fortunately, you have control over how much your divorce will cost. No matter how your spouse behaves, you can take steps to help minimize your legal fees and keep your financial situation stable. Read on to learn nine simple ways to reduce your legal fees during a divorce.  Continue reading “9 Ways to Save on Legal Fees During a Divorce”

How Med Pay Coverage Can Help You After a Car Crash

How Med Pay Coverage Can Help You After a Car Crash

After a serious car crash, as the medical bills start piling up, you might wonder who will pay them. The answer could be the medical payments coverage on your insurance policy.

For many North Carolina accident victims, medical payments (Med Pay) coverage offers much-needed compensation while they recover from their injuries. However, to get value out of Med Pay coverage, it’s important to understand how this coverage works and what types of losses it covers. Continue reading “How Med Pay Coverage Can Help You After a Car Crash”

How Should I Handle Visitation When My Child Doesn’t Want to Go?

How Should I Handle Visitation When My Child Doesn’t Want to Go?

Watching your child leave for a visitation with the other parent can be gut-wrenching, especially if your child is acting like she doesn’t want to leave you. However, children can get upset at a visitation hand-off for many reasons. While you should always take your child’s safety and welfare seriously, it’s also important that you don’t act out of raw emotion and do something that could get you in a lot of trouble with the court.

Rather than trying to prevent the child from going with the other parent, the right way to address a serious concern is to work with an attorney and file a petition to modify your child custody order. However, before you take that step, it’s important to assess your child’s situation carefully. In this article, we’ll provide some guidelines you can use to do that. Continue reading “How Should I Handle Visitation When My Child Doesn’t Want to Go?”

How the New Tax Law Might Affect Your Alimony Case

How the New Tax Law Might Affect Your Alimony Case

Negotiations over alimony (or spousal support, as lawyers tend to call it) are already tough, but they may get even tougher thanks to the new tax law that Congress passed at the end of 2017. People who pay alimony will lose a valuable incentive, while alimony recipients appear to benefit — at least at first glance.

However, a closer look at the facts reveals a murkier truth. Read on to learn how this new law may affect your divorce case.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE ATTORNEYS AT MYERS LAW FIRM, PLLC ARE NOT TAX LAWYERS AND THIS POST SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED AS PROVIDING TAX ADVICE OR LEGAL ADVICE ABOUT TAXES. THIS POST IS PROVIDING A GENERAL OVERVIEW OF HOW THE TAX LAW CHANGES MAY AFFECT SPOUSAL SUPPORT. FOR GUIDANCE ON YOUR SPECIFIC SITUATION, PLEASE CONSULT YOUR CPA. Continue reading “How the New Tax Law Might Affect Your Alimony Case”