Florida Bar Journal article on 5 Tax Traps for Resident Noncitizens

December 7, 2010

Although I currently practice law in North Carolina, I am also a member of the Florida Bar.  As a member, I receive the monthly Florida Bar Journal.  It frequently contains articles that are both scholarly and useful.  In the current issue, Scott Andrew Bowman, an Associate at Proskauer Rose LLP in Boca Raton, Florida, has […]

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New iMaps for Raleigh and Wake County

September 10, 2010

The combined iMaps for Raleigh and Wake County is being improved.  Apparently, it is still in beta test form, but if you click the button image to the left you can try out the new features.  A couple of things I noticed right away are: Google street view is available from within iMaps; there is […]

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Wake County Judges’ Offices and Wake County Attorney’s Office Moving

July 20, 2010

  Update – September 16, 2011 New Wake County Trial Court Administrator Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Donald W. Stephens has appointed a new Wake County Trial Court Administrator.  To find out more, you should click here. Update – April 25, 2001 Wake County Trial Court Administrator’s Office Sallie Kearns, the first Trial Court Administrator […]

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City of Raleigh 2030 Comprehensive Plan now On-line

March 19, 2010

The City of Raleigh 2030 Comprehensive Plan was adopted October 7, 2009 and became effective November 1, 2009.  The full-color version is now available on-line at http://www.raleigh-nc.org/cp.

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Who to Call – key telephone numbers for City of Raleigh, Wake County & State of North Carolina

December 17, 2009

OK, technically, it’s “Whom to Call”.  And that is the title of the latest publication of frequently requested telephone numbers by the City of Raleigh Public Affairs Department.  The list contains emergency numbers and City of Raleigh Administrative Office numbers.   But it also has numbers from other City governments as well as some key Wake […]

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Links to helpful databases & how to use them better

February 13, 2009

I recently added a page with helpful links to public databases. These databases are North Carolina state and local Wake County sites — and a few others  — that I regularly use in my land condemnation and real estate litigation practice areas. Instead of a simple list of hyperlinks, I have tried to comment on each […]

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