Social media in court

How Social Media Can Affect Your Case

There are over 2 billion Facebook users alone, and that’s not even counting all the users on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. Sharing our thoughts, photos, locations, and even personal information via social media has become fairly commonplace. And, while it definitely has its upsides, there are a lot of ways social media can be a More

Highway accidents

North Carolina’s New “Move Over” Laws

In order to make sure they can respond to emergencies quickly, there are a number of traffic laws that first responders don’t have to obey. For example, they are allowed to drive on the wrong side of the road if it’s the only way they can continue to their destination. But these special allowances don’t More

alimony and post-separation support

Post Separation Support vs. Alimony

Going through marital separation or divorce is often an extremely difficult process that brings with it emotional and financial stress. In many cases, separation and/or divorce leaves one half of a couple without the monetary support they need to rebuild their lives on their own, and that’s where post-separation support and alimony come in. Both More