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Alexander & Doyle, P.A.
The Cary family lawyers of Alexander & Doyle, PA most often assist in step-parent or grandparent adoptions, but find delight in creating brand new families as well. In North Carolina, adoption is strictly regulated by the General Statutes to advance the welfare of the child. In the eyes of the law, the adoptive family takes the place of the biological family, and the adopted child has the same legal status as a biological child of the parents for all purposes. Since the biological parents are relieved of their parental duties, a child cannot inherit property through intestate succession from his or her biological parents after adoption, and vice versa. Agency placements occur when the biological parents find adoptive parents for the child by going through a licensed adoption agency or official state bureau for adoption. A certified copy of the background information on the child’s health, social, educational, and genetic history, provided by his or her biological parents or by the adoption agency placing the child for adoption. Any court order or pleading regarding the child’s custody or visitation An affidavit accounting for any payment made in connection with the adoption. A document identifying any individual whose consent to the adoption is required and had not been obtained at the time the petition for adoption was filed. At the hearing, the court will make the final determination as to whether the adoption is in the best interest of the child. If the court should find that the adoption is in the best interests of the child, then the petition for adoption will be granted. If the petition for adoption is not opposed, then a hearing is not required, and the petition will be granted if the court finds the adoptive parents to be fit parents for the child. Cary adoption lawyers Andrea Nyren Doyle and Ann-Margaret Alexander have each served families and individuals for over 20 years to file a petition for adoption and assist with the overall NC adoption process.
Personal Injury Lawyer Raleigh NC
Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A., situated at 421 Fayetteville Street, Suite 1100, is a law firm made up of some of the most experienced and dedicated personal injury attorneys in all of Raleigh, North Carolina. For more than ten years, our expert legal team has been providing quality legal representation to car accident victims, slip and fall accident victims, and other personal injury victims in Raleigh, NC. We work tirelessly to help our clients obtain the highest amount of financial compensation possible in order to cover all their accident-related costs, pain and suffering, and more. Being involved in a truck accident can result in severe injuries and even fatalities. In the United States, almost six million motor vehicle accidents occur annually, resulting in about 40,000 fatalities and three million injuries. Auto accidents are among the leading causes of death in the country and are often caused by speeding, drivers’ negligence, driving under the influence, poor driving conditions, and defective vehicle parts. A victim or the victim’s family may file a claim if injury or wrongful death occurs due to the harmful reactions or effects of these drugs. Among the more common head injuries are skull fractures, traumatic brain injury, contusions or concussions, epidural hematoma, and anoxic brain injury. About 16,000 fatalities and many more injuries occur each year due to slip and fall accidents. Wrongful death often occurs in auto accidents, truck accidents, or even job-related accidents. If you, or someone you love, is involved in a personal injury accident in Raleigh, it is important to seek medical attention as soon as possible. Call Ted A. Greve & Associates, P.A., at 1-800-375-9190 if you wish to speak with a dedicated and experienced Raleigh personal injury attorney. Named after Sir Walter Raleigh, Raleigh is the second biggest city in the entire state of North Carolina.
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Attorney Steve Palmé was admitted to the North Carolina bar in 2005 and is currently a member of the North Carolina State Bar, The North Carolina Bar Association and the 10th Judicial District Bar. He has devoted his practice exclusively to family law since 2005. After graduating with honors from Tulane University School of Law in New Orleans, Steve worked as an associate at Tharrington Smith, LLP, in Raleigh, North Carolina and then worked for The Ward Law Firm, P.A., until opening The Palmé Law Firm, P.A. in 2009. After graduating from college, he worked in New York as an editor and writer for several book publishers including Prentice Hall and Dover Publishing before attending Tulane Law School in 2002. Steve received his Juris Doctorate from Tulane in 2005 and moved to Raleigh, North Carolina after graduation. Steve is an active member of the North Carolina Bar and published an article on interstate custody and support issues in the April 2009 issues of Trial Briefs, the North Carolina Advocates for Justice Magazine for family law practitioners. He has served as a member of the North Carolina Domestic Violence Council and participates in the Campbell Law School Domestic Violence Advocacy Project which trains law students to act as pro bono attorneys in domestic violence cases. Rachel Beard was admitted to the North Carolina bar in 2012 and is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association. Rachel graduated from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University in Raleigh in 2012. While at Campbell, she interned at the North Carolina Court of Appeals and at the Wake County Family Court. Before attending law school, Rachel worked as a sports journalist at The News & Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina, for seven years. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a double major in journalism and history and served as the sports editor for The Daily Tar Heel.