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Man accused of driving SUV into North Carolina restaurant

A 22-year-old North Carolina man is facing serious felony charges after he allegedly drove his SUV into a packed Mooresville restaurant that had denied him service on the night of April 12. Workers at the popular sports bar and grill on Plaza Drive said that the man had been refused entry because he was obviously intoxicated. He has since been charged with using his vehicle as a deadly weapon with the intent to kill or cause serious injury and drunk driving. Reports indicate that he is being held in lieu of a $200,000 bond.

Financial tasks can help prepare for divorce

When people in Charlotte consider divorce, some of the most important issues that can arise at end of a marriage relate to finances. Preparing one's own finances can help a person prepare for the divorce process. One of the first and most important steps can be getting key financial documents in order. During a divorce, a person will need copies of all of their major paperwork, from tax returns to bank statements and investment account reports.

Attempting to hide assets before a divorce could hurt your case

Many couples in North Carolina have spent years developing substantial marital estates. During your marriage, you could find yourself buying a home, funding a retirement account and otherwise accruing valuable assets. Eventually, though, your marriage starts showing signs of serious problems. You know you're likely going to be headed toward divorce court in the near future.

Tips for protecting finances in a divorce

When Charlotte couples are getting a divorce, they might need to take steps to protect their finances. If a person is leaving an abusive relationship, there may be extra steps such as securing any valuables. Even in non-abusive relationships, people should document valuables by getting copies of information on accounts and photographing any valuable objects.

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