Making an occasional mistake with your checking account is something everyone has done at one point or another in North Carolina. This is usually something you handle on your own with no major issues except perhaps some fees from your bank. This situation becomes a problem, according to the North Carolina General Assembly, when you knowingly write a bad check.
Have you recently gone through a divorce in North Carolina? If so, you may be dreading the upcoming holiday season due to all the possible stress it will hold, from creating a reasonable schedule to facing difficult family members. While you can’t always control the actions of your loved ones, VeryWellFamily.com offers the following tips on how you reduce stress associated with the holidays.
If you are 21 or older, then you may legally buy or consume alcohol in North Carolina or any other state. Each state has its own laws regarding issues such as drinking and driving. Like most conscientious citizens, you no doubt make sure you understand such laws according to your circumstances, such as where you are, who you are with and what you are doing while imbibing.
It is not uncommon for many who are recently divorced to want to move away from Wilmington. Most may do so with the blessing of their ex-spouses provided that children are not involved. When a divorced couple shares custody of children, then one parent moving can drastically alter the other's access to the kids. The fear is that a parent may do this simply as a way of "getting back" at their ex-spouse. Therefore, the court does offer some recourse to non-relocating parents in these situations.