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What We Do
Business & Contracts
Choosing a Business Lawyer for NC Corporations and Other Small Business
The Number One Problem for Small Limited Liability Companies
How To Dissolve a Corporation in North Carolina?
Limited Liability Company
Your New LLC – Part 1: The Basics
New LLC: Maintaining Limited Liability Protection
Your New LLC – Part 3: Federal, State and Local Registration, Licensing and Permitting
“Your New LLC” – Part 4: Transacting Business in Another State
“Your New LLC” – Part 5: Moving Your LLC to Another State
Mortgage & Foreclosure
Mortgage Problems – Should You Trust Your Lender or Loan Servicer?
When to Hire an Attorney for Foreclosure and Mortgage Relief
Mortgage Loans: Recourse versus Non-Recourse and Foreclosure Related Deficiency Judgments
Negotiating with a Bank: Why do I have to Provide My Financials?
Can the HOA (Homeowners’ Association) Foreclose on my Home?
Real Estate Cases & Closings
Breach of NC Real Estate Purchase Contract – Buyer’s Damages in NorthCarolina
Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) – What is the Borrower Really Paying for?
Disputes & Lawsuits
Business Contracts: What Should Yours Say Regarding Recovering Attorneys’ Fees in Case of Dispute? (Part 1)
Business Contracts: What Should Yours Say Regarding Recovering Attorneys’ Fees in Case of Dispute? (Part 2)
Arbitration versus Mediation
Responding to a Lawsuit Complaint
Tax & IRS Matters
S-Corp Tax Election for LLC
Comparison of Subchapter K v. Subchapter S
Employment Tax Considerations in Starting a Business
Is your Worker an Independent Contractor? (The IRS Cares!)
Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning
Congrats, You’ve Inherited a Mess
When Should I Write a Will?
Top 5 Reasons to Change Your Will
Recently Engaged? 5 Reasons Why You Should Consider A Prenup
Other Practice Areas
Indemnification in Contracts: What if Both Parties Are at Fault?
Indemnification in Contracts: Should You at Least Have to be Guilty as Charged?
Venue Clauses in Contracts – Beware Listing Only the County and State
Limited Scope Services
Arbitration Agreement: How to Get to Arbitration if A Lawsuit Was Filed First
Follow the Contract’s Arbitration Clause or File a Lawsuit?
Arbitration: setting the rules and identifying which arbitration organization will be used
Who We Are
Jason A. McGrath
James M. Spielberger
Kelly J. Brown
Todd E. Gonyer
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