We’re pleased to announce that partner and board-certified family law specialist, Lynn Wilson McNally, has received her mediation certification from the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission and is now certified to conduct mediations of equitable distribution and other family law financial cases in North Carolina district court actions.
We are pleased to announce that Caren Enloe has rejoined Smith Debnam as a partner in our Creditors’ Rights practice group. Enloe will lead the firm’s Consumer Financial Services Litigation unit and brings a wealth of experience in the consumer financial services sector, both in litigation and compliance matters.
Upon reaching the unfortunate decision to separate, some spouses begin discussing the terms of a mutual agreement regarding their assets, debts, children, payment of expenses, and any other matters they determine appropriate. They may orally come to an agreement and even go so far as to put their agreed upon terms in writing. While all this seems reasonable enough, what they may not know is that not all agreements are created equal.
Why Social Media Should Not Be Ignored 2/23/2015
Social media is expected to become as ubiquitous as e-mail. Susan Carol, CEO of Susan Carol Associates Public Relations; Darron Markwood, director of marketing at TIP Capital, and Byron Saintsing, a partner at Smith Debnam Narron Drake Saintsing & Myers, LLP, participated in a panel discussion at the recent Annual Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s (ELFA) Convention to talk about the ins and outs and what business executives need to know.