NC – How Personal Property is Probated

In the state of North Carolina if a person dies and does not have a will, they are considered intestate.  The North Carolina General Statues Chapter 29 states how a person’s estate will be distributed. Personal Property (meaning everything except real estate) explains how the estate is distributed if there is a surviving spouse. Below … More NC – How Personal Property is Probated

Federal Circuit Courts

The federal circuit court system is broken into regions that each Associate Justice is responsible for certain appeals, emergency requests, and other matters. The regions are usually several states near each other, with the main federal court located in one of those states. Each circuit is comprised of several districts that hold court, and different … More Federal Circuit Courts

Case Commentary – Injunctive Relief NYC religious services

Recently an injunction that the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) granted for the Roman Catholic Diocese who were joined by Agudath Israel of America temporarily preventing an executive order that limited attendance at religious services to no more than 10 or 25 people depending on the severity of COVID-19 in the area. This … More Case Commentary – Injunctive Relief NYC religious services