Category Archives: Robert A. Wells

WHO CONTROLS YOUR MEMORY?

Do you use online services to help communicate, store important information or photographs, and generally organize your life? I do.  And, most people I know do as well. Have you ever thought about what happens to all that “stuff” when … Continue reading

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Questions People Ask – Counselor at Law

Over the past few weeks, the pastor at my church has been doing a series of sermons entitled “Questions People Ask.” One of those questions, big enough for several books, is “Why do bad things happen to good people?” I’m … Continue reading

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Legally Speaking

A headline in the ABA Journal recently says “Bilingual Lawyers in Demand.” If you are a non-lawyer reader of this, you might be saying to yourself that all lawyers seem to be bilingual –  Legalese and what the rest of … Continue reading

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Only Marriage, And Not Same-Sex Domestic Unions, Would Be Recognized In North Carolina Under Proposed North Carolina Constitutional Amendment 1

On the May 2012 North Carolina statewide ballot, a proposed constitutional amendment will appear which would establish marriage as the only domestic legal union between a man and a woman.  This amendment would amend Article 14 of the North Carolina … Continue reading

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When should you update your Estate Planning Documents?

Have things changed in your life since you signed your Estate Planning documents? Regardless of your age, family situation, career path, I would be expect those circumstances have changed. As an attorney, as a father, as an investor looking to … Continue reading

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