Contrary to popular belief, premarital and postmarital agreements (which most non-lawyers call prenuptial and postnuptial agreements or “prenups” and “postnups” for short) aren’t just tools for the wealthy and frequently divorced. Signing a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can help a couple protect their individual assets and clarify expectations before and during the marriage. Prenups and postnups can also control what happens in case a couple separates and eventually divorces.
For many couples, dividing their assets and debts is one of the most difficult, confusing, and stressful parts of a divorce. Before you panic about losing your home, car, and family heirlooms, keep reading. In this article, we’ll answer five frequently asked questions about North Carolina property division that will help you understand the process and what’s involved. Continue reading “5 Common Questions About Property Division During a Divorce”
Each Memorial Day has a special significance at Myers Law Firm thanks to our founding attorney Lee Myers’ work with the group Warriors and Warbirds. Continue reading “Warriors and Warbirds Works to Preserve Aviation History, Honor Vets”
Many discussions about personal injury claims start with the assumption that the victim was in a state of flawless health before their accident. In real life, however, this is rarely true; most people deal with all sorts of health conditions at various points in their lives, some major and some minor. So what impact do pre-existing conditions have on personal injury claims and the compensation victims receive?
We hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving holiday! For those of you who will be traveling, please be safe.
Here is a link to a blog post I recently wrote for NCAJ for use on the blog over there: 3 Common Questions in a Family Law Initial Consultation. Enjoy!