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Applicants that are married to US citizens do not have to wait as long as other lawful permanent residents to apply to become US citizens. You can apply for naturalization after three years of obtaining your lawful permanent residency, rather than five years if you are married to a US citizen, where he or she [...]
Randolph County child custody process The majority of Randolph county child custody issues are settled outside of court, privately between the parents, usually thru the use of a separation agreement. There are a small percentage of Randolph county child custody disputes that end up being decided in the court room. When a Randolph county [...]
When a couple decides to end their marriage, there are many issues that must be resolved. Dummit Fradin has a team of family law attorneys to help you resolve these matters quickly and amicably. A separation agreement is an excellent tool that a husband and wife can use to resolve issues involved with the breakdown [...]
Ending your marriage will probably be one of the most difficult experiences of your life. The difficulty is not just emotional, but legal as well. When it comes time for separation and divorce, seek the counsel of our experienced and professional family law attorneys at Dummit Fradin. Our team of Attorneys will fight to ensure [...]
Preparing for Divorce When preparing for a divorce or separation, it is important to adequately prepare as early as possible in the process. You need an attorney who is understanding, but who will tell you the hard-cold reality to keep the process moving as smoothly as possible. Our Attorneys here at Dummit Fradin are [...]
Get your DACA renewal applications in now. USCIS has announced they will resume accepting DACA renewal applications under the policy terms that were in place before the program was eliminated on September 5, 2017. Who can renew their DACA? Your DACA expired after September 5, 2016 Who can file a new DACA application? Your [...]
Dummit Fradin domestic attorney Jessica Culver spoke on the CBS WFMY morning show this morning 12/06/2017, concerning "alienation of affection" as it pertains to a high profile ongoing NFL case.
You’ve recently been stopped by the police and accused of DWI. A million thoughts are probably racing through your head. You’re probably very scared: What do I do now? Will I lose my license? What about my insurance? Who should I talk to? Here are the first five things you should do after being [...]
Here is a list of Ten DWI mistakes that are commonly made by a person accused of drunk driving. If you find yourself being accused of a DWI or another related charge, this list can help find the right representation for your case. If you plead Guilty you will be found guilty 100% of the [...]
The Attorneys at Dummit Fradin are experienced in helping prevent License Suspension, and when they do occur, we work with our clients to get limited driving privileges and eventually getting driving privileges restored. Getting your privilege to drive restored is critical here in North Carolina since we have such poor mass transit systems. Here [...]
According to the research performed for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the following are some of the actions that may be indicators of driving while impaired: Turning with a wide radius; Straddling the center of the lane marker; Appearing to be drunk; Almost striking an object or vehicle; Weaving; Driving on anything other [...]
DMV to begin charging for hearings. Beginning in January 2018, DMV plans to assess fees for driver’s license revocation or reinstatement hearings, and it has been rumored that the fees may be as high as $450. This includes restoration hearings after a Permanent DWI revocation, restoration hearings after a 2-year revocation after 2 DWIs [...]
Support DACA In summary, this is what we know about the DACA Rescindment Announcement and Memo issued by the Department of Homeland Security: 1) No new initial applications will be permitted after today, September 5, 2017. 2) Initial applications submitted prior to today will be processed. 3) Currently pending renewal apps will be processed. [...]
DWI Alcohol Assessment in North Carolina The sentence for a DWI conviction in North Carolina can vary greatly from case to case; however, there is always a requirement that you get an alcohol/drug assessment and completed the recommended treatment. In addition to this being a required outcome of any sentence, if you get the assessment done [...]
Client had been seriously physically assaulted by her boyfriend throughout their relationship. Client never told anyone about the abuse until recently. She finally decided that she had enough of the abuse and filed a request for a temporary emergency protective order. Attorney Goldsborough was able to negotiate with the defendant and, as a result, client [...]
Client came to Attorney Goldsborough with multiple tickets from Guilford and Randolph counties including Driving While License Revoked (DWLR) charges. It had been several years since the client had his license. After review of the client’s North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicle (NCDMV) record, Mrs. Goldsborough determined what needed to be done assist client in [...]
A private warrant was sworn out against our client by a jealous girlfriend. The prosecuting witness cut our client’s tires and sent her threatening text messages. Attorney Goldsborough was able to secure a dismissal of the assault charges against her client.
A warrant was taken out against a husband for allegedly assaulting his wife. Attorney Goldsborough was able to obtain a dismissal of the charges against the husband.
Attorney Goldsborough successfully defended a man charged with DWI. After spotting a violation of the client’s constitutional rights in the officer’s in-car video, she filed a motion with the court. The officer stopped the client’s vehicle and had no constitutional basis. After a hearing, the motion was granted and the charges against Attorney Goldsborough’s client [...]
Representing a client with a commercial driver’s license and facing a year-long license suspension that would prevent him from working,our attorney challenged the revocation and won a hearing rescinding the revocation order and saving his clients license and job.
Our client in Greensboro, was wrongfully restrained from his family with a Domestic Violence Restraining Order or 50B was reunited with them today after Megan Spidell showed that he was and had never been a threat to his family.
Representing a Greensboro client who faced a protective order prohibiting him from contact his ex-wife and two minor children for a year and other serious consequences. Attorney Megan E. Spidell successfully had the Domestic Violence Protective Order dismissed in Guilford County, which allowed him to continue seeing his children.
Client charged with Driving While Impaired. An out-of-state client had appeared several times for court requesting a trial each time. While the prosecutor attempted to continue the case that was pending for over a year, our attorney contested and won the motion. The prosecutor had no choice but to dismiss the charge.
Charged with Driving While Impaired (DWI) and other charges, our legal team filed a Motion to Dismiss the case because his client was denied access to witnesses and the opportunity to gather exonerating evidence. Immediately prior to trial, the prosecutor offered to dismiss the DWI and have our client plead to a lesser charge. The [...]
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