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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)

How to Avoid “Marital” Problems in Your Business Marriage

I once heard an entrepreneur lament, “I’ll never go into business with anyone again. I will take in laundry, before I take in another partner.” This type of sentiment is common to any business owner who has gone through a “business divorce.” Indeed, business divorces can be almost as messy as any domestic marital separation. This is because any business venture among two or more persons is much like a marriage. It is easy and painless to get into a business “marriage,” but on ...
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Be Careful! Employer Policies/Personnel Actions on Use of Social Media Can Constitute an Unfair Labor Practice

Who would think that disciplining an employee for a derogatory social media post about working conditions (or having a social media policy banning such posts) could cause trouble for the employer?  The National Labor Relations Board, that’s who – and they will even cause trouble even for employers with no unions! Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act, 29 U.S.C. §157, applies to all employers, regardless of any union activity, and protects employees who are engaged in job related ...
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C&R Attorney Nick Bakatsias Leads Child Safety Day on April 13, 2013

Greensboro, NC – The Young Lawyers Section of the Greensboro Bar Association and the Greensboro Optimist Club are hosting “Child Safety Day” at the Greensboro Children’s Museum on Saturday, April 13, 2013 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm. There is no cost to participate other than regular admission to the museum.  Parents can come to the museum and obtain a free laminated ID card for their children. Child Safety Day is an annual event designed to give Greensboro and area parents an extra mea ...
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