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- Business Law
- Estate Planning
- Elder Law
- Real Estate Law
- Intellectual Property
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- North Carolina
- Associate Attorney
- Thomas P. Peters III & Associates
- Legal Intern
- Everett & Everett
- SSI Specialist
- Social Security Adminstration
- North Carolina Central University
- J.D. | Law
- Honors: cum laude
- Guilford College
- B.A. | Comparative Religious Studies and Art
- Honors: Departmental Honors in Religious Studies Graduate from the Honors Program
- Pro Bono Award
- North Carolina Bar Association
Websites & Blogs
- Eva's Legal Blog - Clement Law Firm, PLLC
- The Secrets of Crowdfunding
20 September 2018
- Planning End-Of-Life Roadmaps
20 September 2018
- Title Insurance
7 April 2017
- Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions & Common Misconceptions when Closing on a Home
23 January 2017
- Buying Property? Make Sure the Land Has Been Surveyed Within the Last Two Years (Don’t Trust Fences)
26 June 2016
- What Does a Real Estate Attorney Do For a Buyer?
26 April 2015
- What is Title Insurance? Why Do You Need It?
27 February 2015
- Estate Planning Without Having an Estate
20 January 2015
- Same-Sex Marriage is Now Legal in NC - Should You Update Your Estate Planning Documents?
15 November 2014
3 Questions Answered
- Q. I live in NC and my ex girlfriend move to Puerto Rico with our child I need to find out my rights do I need a lawyer in
- A: Yes, you definitely need a lawyer. If you live in NC, then you can bring at action here.
- Q. If my husband died and I can't pay a credit card can the credit card take the money from my social security check?
- A: No. In order for you to have a garnishment taken from your Social Security check they must have a court order against you. The court will not grant this type of order for credit card debt for a deceased person.
- Q. Can my husband give me some of his Social Security Credits
- A: Unfortunately, credits are not transferable between people. However you may be eligible for a spousal benefit off of your husband's record. You are correct in that you have to wait until your husband starts drawing his benefits in order to collect your spousal benefit.
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