Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys Durham NC

Attend and participate in needs assessments and care planning meetings. Immediate access to visit the resident at any time, if the resident so desires. Be notified within 24 hours of an accident resulting in injury, a significant change in the resident’s condition, an alteration in treatment, or a decision to transfer the resident. Participate in a family council and make recommendations and present grievances without retaliation. Upon the admission of each resident, the nursing home should be provided a list of next of kin and any legal representatives of the resident who are chosen to have access to the above rights. If your rights as a family member have been denied, the North Carolina nursing home abuse lawyers at Henson Fuerst can help. Our legal team will demand that your rights are observed, and that your loved one receives the care he or she needs. Call today at 781-1107 or complete a free initial consultation form now.
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Gailor, Wallis & Hunt

Alimony is often an issue in divorce when one spouse has financially supported the other during the marriage. Usually, the dependent spouse must prove that he or she is the dependent spouse and that the other spouse is the supporting spouse. There is no legally mandated amount concerning the amount of Alimony awarded. In North Carolina, adultery or illicit sexual behavior can impact the outcome of Alimony. If the dependent spouse committed the act, the court must deny the Alimony claim. If the supporting spouse committed the act, the court must grant the Alimony claim to the dependent spouse. If both parties committed adultery, the court must decide. The video covers more details but is NOT meant to be an all inclusive overview of Alimony. Legal Notice: The information in this video is provided as a general reference for public service. It is important that you contact a qualified attorney for any legal issue.
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Family Court

Family Court was first established in North Carolina in 1999 and was implemented in Wake County in February 2006. Our Family Court staff works with Family Court judges and the court community to efficiently process family related issues toward a fair, just and prompt resolution. Family Court judges are specially trained judges who hear family related issues such as child custody, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution of property, domestic violence, allegations of abused, neglected or dependent children, allegations of delinquent or undisciplined children, and termination of parental rights. By having one judge assigned to one family for family related issues brought before the court, Family Court facilitates more timely, consistent and thoughtful outcomes to a family’s legal issues. How to Prepare for a Custody Trial in North Carolina, 24 minutes.
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