Glory Days

By Russell Rawlings In a previous life, it was my good fortune to write a book about my childhood heroes, the Fike High School Cyclones of Wilson, state 4-A football champions of 1967, 1968 and 1969. Little did I know, while working on “Cyclone Country: The Time, The Town, The Team,”...
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Our Response to COVID-19 Health Concerns

As we prepare for the wide range of possible outcomes related to unprecedented public health concerns regarding COVID-19, we want to provide assurance that our highest priorities are the health and safety of clients, attorneys, employees, and the communities in which we live. We are monitoring federal and state guidance and...
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How The North Carolina Probate Process Works

What is Probate? “Probate” refers to the formal legal process involved in administering an estate. In North Carolina, the clerk of court in the county where the deceased individual lived is responsible for managing the probate process. When Does An Estate Go To Probate? Probate is generally only necessary when the...
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