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How should I choose a business dispute lawyer? | North Carolina Commercial Litigation Lawyer

When choosing a lawyer for your commercial litigation case, it is important to find someone who has experience with the type of case you have. You don’t want a lawyer who has never seen a case like yours before. At Whited Doby & Ray Attorneys at Law, the attorneys have significant experience in many types of cases. To find out more information about Whited Doby & Ray Attorneys at Law, call 336-228-1433 for a free...

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What is commercial litigation? | North Carolina Commercial Litigation Lawyer

Commercial litigation is a dispute between two businesses. This term is very broad and can encompass many cases. These disputes can be over franchise infringement, fraud, area and territory, company formation issues, and more. If your company is in a dispute with another, call the Whited Doby & Ray Attorneys at Law at 336-228-1433 for a free consultation. Transcription Keith Whited: Commercial just means...

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Whited Doby & Ray Attorneys at Law’s Community Involvement

The attorneys at Whited Doby & Ray Attorneys at Law strive to better their community in North Carolina. Through their involvement, they gain invaluable insight into the community as well as potentially meeting people who can aid in your personal injury case. Transcription Dawson Rouse: This firm’s involvement in the local government and, to a certain degree, just in the community. I serve on the Board of...

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Who can contest a will in North Carolina? | North Carolina Estate Litigation Attorney

Any interested parties can contest a will. Interested parties are the individuals or groups who seek to benefit from the will. Examples include family members, spouses, and close friends. If you are seeking to contest a will, make sure not too much time has passed and contact the attorneys at Whited Doby & Ray Attorneys at Law. Transcription Keith Whited: Any interested party can contest a will. For instance, if...

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What is the time limit to contest a will in North Carolina? | North Carolina Estate Litigation Attorney

In North Carolina, the statute of limitations to contest a will is two years from the date of the deceased’s passing. If you take action to contest the will after those two years have passed, the case will be dismissed. To find out who is eligible to contest a will, click here. Transcription Keith Whited: There is a two-year statute of limitations for some accidents to take place. Not...

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