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N.C. Small Claims Court: Cap Increases to $10,000

The North Carolina General Assembly recently enacted legislation that will expand the types of matters that a magistrate can consider in Small Claims Court.  Effective August 1, 2013, a magistrate will be empowered to consider matters where the amount is controversy is $10,000 or less, a significant increase from the former threshold of $5,000 or less.  Small Claims Court will continue to exercise authority over summary ejectment actions and requests for possession of specific personal propert ...
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Kenneth M. Greene Receives Prestigious “Band 1” Ranking by Chambers USA for Seventh Consecutive Year

Greensboro, NC - Carruthers & Roth, P.A. is pleased to announce that director and shareholder Kenneth M. Greene has once again been recognized for his professional excellence and named to the 2013 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, a highly respected national legal directory. Greene received Chambers USA’s highest ranking (Band 1) for North Carolina in Banking & Finance for the seventh consecutive year. The 2013 edition of Chambers USA describes Green ...
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C&R Sponsors “Chipping In” Charity Golf Tournament; Tournament Raises $10,000 for Greensboro Children’s Museum

Greensboro, NC – Carruthers & Roth, P.A. was the presenting sponsor of the 6th Annual Risk Management Association (RMA) Triad Chapter Young Professionals Benefit Golf Tournament, “Chipping In.” The tournament took place on Monday, June 3, 2013 at Starmount Country Club and raised $10,000 for the Greensboro Children’s Museum. “We are thrilled with the success of this year’s ‘Chipping In’ tournament,” said Ben Barbee, Senior Vice President and Senior Credit Officer at NewB ...
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A Few Pointers on the Preparation of Estate Planning Deeds

by Elizabeth J. Zook

In the last few weeks I have been called upon to draft a number of estate planning deeds at the behest of my firm's rather excellent Estate Planning Department (similar to my opinion of my own children, I'm only slightly biased on this point), and it occurred to me that there should be a place to go for a thoughtful discussion of the considerations in putting together estate planning deeds.  I'm not sure this is that thoughtful place, many of the writings out there are decidedly excellent, but ...
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Estate Planning for Noncitizens

Imagine arriving in the United States as a noncitizen for an extended or indefinite time period.  Whatever the reason for coming to the U.S. – whether for a job, an education, family reasons or a fresh start – such a move has overwhelming implications.  In addition to the challenges of navigating cultural differences and getting settled in a new country, the noncitizen faces a new tax and legal system. With all of the adjustments to living in the U.S., it can be easy for noncitizens to ...
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Scott Dillon Honored with Distinguished Service Award from North Carolina Bar Association

GREENSBORO, N.C. - J. Scott Dillon, director and shareholder of Carruthers & Roth, P.A., was recently honored with the 2013 Distinguished Service Award from the Business Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. The annual award recognizes an attorney who demonstrates extraordinary leadership and service to the Business Law Section. Presentation of the award took place at the section’s annual meeting in Pinehurst on February 22, 2013. Scott was recognized for his contributions ...
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The Business Owner’s Checklist for Selecting the Right Business Entity Form

The Business Owner’s Checklist for Selecting the Right Business Entity Form (PDF)

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