Mark Williams

401 Chestnut Street Suite G  Wilmington, NC 28401, United States

  • 910-762-3854
  • 910-251-6346

GPS Tracking: Is it Legal to Covertly Track Vehicles in North Carolina?

Individuals and private investigators are using GPS systems to covertly track a wife, husband, child, or employee but is it legal? Can you be sued for covert use of a GPS system to track the whereabouts of someone? Explores…more
| Civil Remedies, Family Law, Privacy

Can I Get a Continuance of my Court Date?

What is necessary to get a continuance in the State of North Carolina of a court date? What procedures should be followed, what does the case law suggest and how is the decision made?…more
| Civil Procedure, Family Law

Five Tips for Co-Parenting and Winning Custody of Your Child

Children are affected by the quality of their parents’ relationship. Children thrive when parents have a cooperative relationship. Judges know this and are likely to penalize parents involved in conflict (e.g., a “custody…more
| Family Law

Constitutionality of Heart Balm Torts Will Have to Wait

A challenge to the constitutionality of North Carolina's heart balm torts of alienation of affection and criminal conversation will have to wait for another day. The North Carolina Court of Appeals rejects and appeal as…more
| Constitutional Law, Family Law, Privacy

Pet Custody in North Carolina: Fighting Over Cats & Dogs

Overview of Pet Custody in North Carolina. Explains how North Carolina considers the division of pets in a divorce in North Carolina and focuses on custody of cats and dogs…more
| Family Law
Areas of Practice
  • Business Organizations
  • Education
  • Family Law
  • Litigation
  • Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
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