Cary NC Lawyers
Cary was ranked the 5th best place to live in the United States by CNN Money Magazine. It shouldn’t surprise you that Cary boasts the highest number of Ph.D.s per capita for a population over 75,000. Also, roughly 75% of the people in Cary are homeowners, including many Raleigh lawyers.
As such a standout community, Cary also plays host to many talented lawyers. Cary Lawyers take many kinds of cases such as chapter 7 bankruptcy, criminal drunk driving, divorce, child custody, and employment law cases like wrongful termination but are able to assist you regardless of what legal issue you may face. Durham lawyers frequently refer cases to Cary attorneys because of their high level of competency.
Recently in Cary, six single mothers on welfare filed a lawsuit against Hair Cuttery which claims that the company knew that their cosmetologist apprenticeship program was giving out fraudulent degrees. The Cary women sought out the program as a means to get off of welfare and was 8 months into the 3-year program when state officials shut it down. The lawsuit also alleges that the company knew that they were going to be shut down and used the socio-economic status of the six women to get tax breaks before the program went belly up.
If you are planning on filing a lawsuit in Cary, you are likely to visit the Wake County Courthouse in Raleigh. At the courthouse, you can file with either the District or Superior Courts. If you are filing for divorce or are a juvenile with charges pending against you, the District 10 court has exclusive jurisdiction. While preliminary hearings in misdemeanor cases can be heard in district court, the Wake County Superior Court handles nearly every criminal case.
LegalMatch is able to pair you with the best Carry lawyers for your particular needs. The LegalCenter also is a great resource if you are looking to do some research on your case. LegalMatch’s Forums cover all kinds of legal issues like business law, divorce, family, and DUI among many others.
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