Erin Patterson Law, PLLC has been selected for inclusion in the 2022 edition of the U.S. News - Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings!
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We will post firm announcements, recent developments in the law, and practical tips and advice for our clients and fellow professionals here.
Note that nothing on our blog should be considered legal advice as each individual situation is unique; we invite you to contact us if you have questions or need legal assistance.
Best Lawyers honored approximately 5% of practicing lawyers in the United States, exemplifying the work of the most elite and top-rated lawyers in the country.
In this continuation of our FAQ Series, we discuss Court involvement during the administration of an estate and the potential for estates to be administered through alternate procedures.
In this continuation of our FAQ Series, we discuss three common restrictive covenants encountered in employment agreements.
Attorney Erin Patterson is now a fully licensed attorney in the state of South Carolina!
This year, our associate attorney, Jeanna Shelton, is celebrating her fifth anniversary of legal practice. Read more about Jeanna and her first five years of practice here!
FAQ Series Estate Administration - Question #2: I am the named Executor in a decedent's Will or am considered the qualified Personal Representative of an estate under North Carolina law. What is my first step?
New & Noteworthy: An update on the latest developments in the estate planning and fiduciary law areas from a recent seminar.
In this first installment of our FAQ Series, we discuss the "why" behind Operating Agreements and Shareholders Agreements and explain the importance of implementing them for any active business.
No doubt about it: coronavirus has forced many to spend more time with family and at home. While there are certainly disadvantages to pausing usual routines, the extra time can also be viewed as a great opportunity to examine personal, financial and legal affairs.