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The Law Office of Thomas D. Bumgardner tells you what to know if child support isn't paid

Child support is a monthly allowance that noncustodial parents pay to help cover living expenses for their children until they are 18 years old. “The amount of child support is determined by the court system and is usually based on the noncustodial parent’s income,” says Thomas Bumgardner, attorney with the Law Office of Thomas D…. Read more »

Advice on How to Spot Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect by Law Office of Thomas Bumgardner, PLLC.

Every year, families put their loved ones into nursing homes, hoping that they’re going to get the best care. But unfortunately, that may not be the case, and some are subjected to abuse and/or neglect in the nursing home. Under federal nursing home regulations, nursing homes must ensure a patient’s care and safety, including promoting… Read more »

Going through a divorce can wreak emotional havoc on the husband, the wife and the kids, which, in turn, can lead to physical aliments for all involved. The couple going through the divorce can experience health related issues from depression and additional stress. Each phase of a divorce will bring new emotions and changes in… Read more »

The Safest Top Selling Cars of 2017

When shopping for a new car, the number of makes and models can be overwhelming.  In the United States alone, there are close to 400 options, but some are safer than others. Over 37,000 people die in car crashes each year, but new technologies are working to go beyond protecting occupants during a crash, by… Read more »

5 New Laws in North Carolina for 2018

The start of a new year is usually accompanied with feelings of motivation and change which we’re completely on board with. Join the gym, drink more water, do whatever it takes to achieve greatness in 2018. In the name of change, there are a few new laws in North Carolina that we would like to… Read more »

Since yesterday morning, Charlotte has been transformed into a winter wonderland. If you were able to stay inside and not go anywhere, it was the perfect excuse to get settled in with a good book or movie. However, if you needed to get to work or venture out, you were facing extremely icy and dangerous… Read more »

As the Holiday season approaches, many out there will be visiting family and friends, with alcohol likely present. “Last month on our blog we broke down DWI laws in the state of North Carolina, along with the various penalties one can expect by violating them,” said Thomas Bumgardner, attorney with The Law Office of Thomas… Read more »

Don’t Become a Holiday DWI Statistic

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November marks the beginning of the holiday season and it’s typically a time of family, time off and merriment. It’s also the season of holiday parties and events. Sometimes, while you’re enjoying yourself at a holiday event, it’s easy to unintentionally overindulge. That is why it’s imperative to make sure you always have a designated driver if you’ll be attending a holiday party… Read More >>

3 Myths on Divorce Busted

Attorneys frequently clarify their clients’ understanding about divorce related issues. This can be a sensitive subject for some. If you or a loved one is going through this trying time, here are three common misconceptions people have when it comes to divorce:   3 common misconceptions about divorce It is the judge that grants a… Read more »

The Divorce Process in North Carolina

The necessary steps to obtain a divorce depends on the situations of the parties getting the divorce. Some divorces occur when the parties have been married for a relatively short period of time, have no children and little property or debts. Sometimes these types of divorces should be less time consuming and involved than a… Read more »