Theodore Reynolds Obituary

Ted was born Aug. 30, 1932 in Brooklyn, N.Y., the son of Alton Marcus Reynolds and Addie Reaves Reynolds, and grew up in Clinton, N.C. After graduating high school, he served in the during the Korean War before returning to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for college and law school. Following graduation in 1957, he practiced law for over 50 years in Raleigh. An early downtown visionary, his interest in real estate began in 1968 with the purchase of a two-story house on West Edenton Street for his firm’s offices. Eight years later, he purchased the historic Dodd-Hinsdale House, transforming it into Second Empire Restaurant and Tavern. 

In 2006 he built the 15-story Quorum Center, one of the first mixed-use office and residential projects in downtown Raleigh. He served on the BB&T Board of Directors from 1988 to 2002. An active alumni, he and wife Peggy hosted many gatherings for UNC Law at Bay Leaf Farm, their home in north Raleigh. The couple were charter members of Benson Memorial United Methodist Church. He also enjoyed many family summers at Wrightsville Beach. 

The family wishes to thank Dr. Jim Parsons for his dedication and support. Family and friends are invited to a reception celebrating his life from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, June 3, at Second Empire Restaurant, 330 Hillsborough St., Raleigh. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Transitions LifeCare – – or to a. 

Arrangements by Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, Saint Mary’s St., Raleigh. 

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Raleigh Estate Planning Attorneys

Estate planning is not just for the rich, it is for everyone. A decedent’s estate is inventoried, outstanding debts are paid, and beneficiaries of the estate are verified. You can get help from your unbundled provider attorney who will discuss with you if a will is the best solution for your personal circumstances, or whether you should consider a living trust. A living trust is an alternative to a will with a major advantage of avoiding lengthy and expensive probate processes. A living trust transfers your possessions into a trust during your lifetime. 

The living trust permits transfer of your possessions to beneficiaries without the need for lawyer’s fees or court filings. Unlike a will, the terms of a living trust can be kept completely private. There may be circumstances where you choose to not transfer certain property into the living trust and in those cases, you will need a will to assign those specific possessions to the beneficiaries you designate. Speak with your unbundled provider attorney to learn more about the advantages of a living trust. A living will, also known as an advanced healthcare directive to physicians, is a legal directive that allows your wishes to determine your end of life care. 

Your decision to make a will or living trust to control distribution of your estate is an important decision. If you are needing assistance with probate, your attorney can provide you with the necessary guidance and representation to ensure that your loved one’s wishes are honored and each party receives their rightful share of the estate. 

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Raleigh Family Law News for 07-05-2018

Raleigh injury lawyer Brent Adams was extremely helpful with informing me about medical pay from my personal policy, reimbursement for medical bills from the insurance of the party at fault, and the rights I have to use my personal health insurance at the doctor’s office. Our lawyers in Raleigh and Wendell can help you and your family with: Asset protection. Reviews from Will & Estate Law Clients in Raleigh and Wendell When my mother died, I was faced with a variety of decisions, not the least of which was handling the legal responsibilities of her estate. NC Families Care Get the facts on family leave insurance. Eligible workers can take unpaid leave under the Family Medical Leave Act, but currently no state legislation guarantees paid leave. 

Only some of North Carolina’s workers have access to unpaid family leave. The Family Medical Leave Act provides unpaid job-protected leave for up to 12 weeks to care for a seriously ill family member, to recover from the employee’s own illness, or to care for a new child. Without paid family leave, workers face the difficult choice of taking unpaid leave, quitting their jobs, or returning to work too early. Family leave insurance supports economic security and makes good business sense. Family leave insurance can help caregivers to stay in the workforce while fulfilling caregiving responsibilities. 

Family leave insurance benefits families and communities. Communities benefit from the economic stability and health benefits that accompany family leave insurance. 

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Fair Housing Project

The Fair Housing Project of Legal Aid of North Carolina is the state’s only statewide full-serve fair housing organization. It means that we represent victims of housing discrimination, such as a resident of Robeson County who suffered harassment and discrimination from a neighbor who made threats against her because of her race. Or a woman with disabilities in Greensboro who was denied entry into a homeless shelter because of her assistance animal. Or a resident of Hertford County who was sexually harassed and assaulted by her landlord. It means we provide training to tenants, community groups, landlords, property managers, and other housing providers about their rights and responsibilities under federal and state Fair Housing Laws. 

It means we conduct fair housing testing to help determine whether landlords and property managers, real estate agents, mortgage lenders, and property insurers are complying with fair housing laws, to offer services to all, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status or disability. The Fair Housing Project provides services to members of all protected classes, with special emphasis on underserved areas and populations including immigrants, residents who are non-English speaking or have limited English proficiency, rural residents, persons with disabilities, homeless individuals, and persons residing in areas with large concentrations of people of color. 

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