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Domesticating a Foreign Judgment in North Carolina

Domesticating a Foreign Judgment in North Carolina

Call our firm to assist you in domesticating your foreign judgment in North Carolina.

We will need:

1) an authenticated copy of the foreign judgment

2) an affidavit stating the amount of the outstanding balance and whether it has been partially satisfied or not.

HBNSO has extensive post-judgment collections experience, including obtaining orders not to dispose of assets, charging orders, show cause orders, examination of debtors, and pursuing debtors of debtors.

NC Estate & Trust Litigation Attorney

For a NC Estate & Trust Litigation Attorney, contact Kirk Sanders at Hendrick Bryant. 336-723-7200.

Mr. Sanders has handled numerous highly contested estate litigation matters, including

Will Contests (Will Caveats),

estate administration mismanagement,

petitions to administer an estate and appoint administrator or executor,

spousal elective share cases,

trust disputes,

trust termination matters,

trustee removal actions,

guardianship & incompetency matters,

executor actions to recover assets,

Contesting a Will in North Carolina

How to Contest a Will in North Carolina?

These links to our NC Estate Litigation videos may help. Willcaveat.com is our site dedicated to estate litigation matters, including Will Caveats, Elective Share cases, Interpleaders, Power of Attorney Abuse cases, Guadianship-Incompetency hearings, and Trust litigation cases.

http://willcaveat.com/basic-overview-will-contests-north-carolina/ 

What is a Will Caveat & Who are the Propounders & Caveators?

Compelling Production of a Will

What happens if one of your loved ones has died and left you property, but a good-for-nothing family member refuses to turn over the will? How do you force that person to turn over the will?  North Carolina gives the clerk of court the power to compel that person to turn over the will by threat of jail time.

Probate Lost Will North Carolina

When a will is missing or lost after someone dies, what should you do? 

Many times this occurs because the Last Will & Testament became lost in a tsunami of papers. Sometimes it gets accidently trashed when a person downsizes to a retirment home. Other times it goes "missing" when a survivor doesn't like what the will gave them or didn't give them. For instance, have you ever heard or seen a house get ransacked by the relations after a person dies?

Map Act Inverse Condemnation Cases Status

The link below discusses the status of the Map Act cases in North Carolina as of January 20, 2017. The Map Act and its cases, namely Kirby v North Carolina Department of Transporation, ruled that the NCDOT took property owners' fundamental property rights when the NCDOT filed the Map Act Corridors on the register of deeds in the respective counties. These counties include Forsyth, Wake, Guilford, Cleveland, and Cumberland, to name a few. This claim is called inverse condemnation. 

NC Partition Attorneys

A partition of property occurs when the property owners cannot agree. Finally, one says "that's enough, I want out" or "I want my 1/2, you can have your 1/2". If the other side won't buy the other out, then one files a partition action with the court. The clerk of court (in North Carolina cases) will determine if the property can be divided equally or needs to be sold.

Twin-City Slice Restaurant Opens Downtown Winston-Salem

A by-the-slice pizza joint just opened in Downtown Winston-Salem in December of 2016. Twin-City Slice opened at the former Kabob's on the 200 block of West Fourth Street. For more see:

http://hendricklawfirm.com/twin-city-slice-restaurant-opening/

If you need legal assistance with your restaurant or bar, call the attorneys at Hendrick Bryant.

336-723-7200

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