Helayne and Erin are joined in the studio by Beau Lacerte of CryoCove to talk about how Cryo can help boost your immune system and the importance of Powers of Attorney during Helayne's special segment, "It's About Time To Get It Together!"
We wanted to take a moment to share this great article from our weekly newsletter. If you do not currently receive our newsletter but would like to, please let us know by emailing Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Even if you are not prone to having mental health problems, our current situation due to COVID-19 is enough to result in anxiety in the best of us. Fortunately, with the right tools, you can help keep your mental health intact. Here are four natural ways to manage your mental health: #1: Eat the right foods. While there isn’t a magic supplement for curing anxiety, there is proof that some nutrients and foods can help alleviate anxiety: Fatty fish – This type of fish is rich in
As many of you know, both my parents are lawyers. My dad happens to be a top-notch white color criminal defense attorney. I thought I’d help him come up with a suitable defense for my ‘sometimes-less-than-stellar’ behavior.
Right now mortality is on the front of people’s minds. It is no wonder that this is happening as people are fearful due to COVID-19.
Scores of people have ﬂocked to have their estate planning documents and wills created and updated. According to some statistics, an estimated 52% of people ages 55 and up don’t have a will or other types of estate planning documents. So how, in the middle of a pandemic, can you get your end of life wishes in writing? Making a Will – Virtually
Because many states have enacted strict social distancing and stay-at-home orders, it can be difﬁcult to execute legal documents. Why? Because in North Carolina, two witnesses and a notary must be present when the docum
We wanted to share this message from the Department of Health and Human Services brought to us by our friends at the N.C. Coalition on Aging. We are moving to Phase 1! On May 5th, Governor Cooper modified North Carolina’s Stay At Home Executive Order, transitioning the state to Phase 1 of slowly easing COVID-19 restrictions. Executive Order 138 goes into on Friday, May 8 at 5 pm. Highlights of Phase 1 include: Any retail business may open at 50 percent capacity. Businesses will be required to practice social distancing, perform frequent cleanings, provide hand sanitizer when available, screen workers for symptoms and more. People may leave their homes for commercial activity at any business