“I love cats. They are the epitome of indifference.” – Sheldon Cooper, The Big Bang Theory I have a cat. She is black and fat and when she sits with all four paws underneath her, she has a striking resemblance to what I consider cat-loaf. While I adore dogs with their endless sources of energy … Continue reading
Here are 10 things to do in or around Charlotte during the spring time, so get out there and do some if not all of them! 1. Annual Fundraiser Festival of Tables— great place to get table decorating ideas! Date: Friday, April 1, 2014 Time: 10:30 a.m. Where: Sheraton Charlotte Hotel Website: http://events.charlotteobserver.com/charlotte_nc/events/show/369654757-annual-fundraiser-festival-of-tables 2. Charlotte … Continue reading
Giant chocolate hearts filled with candy. Fragrant bouquets of vibrant red roses. Shiny Mylar balloons declaring everlasting love. Today, these all represent Valentine’s Day, a day of love invoking visions of horse drawn carriages, candlelight dinners and literal beds of roses. While February 14 may be forever associated with courtly love, this was not always … Continue reading
The McIlveen Family Law Firm has jump started its summer by becoming involved with several charities around Charlotte and Gastonia. In fact, we are hosting an upcoming event for Project Halo in July! Project Halo is a non-profit, no-kill animal rescue and sanctuary based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Project Halo is a 100% volunteer … Continue reading
Divorce Spikes in March See our own, Attorney Angela McIlveen interviewed by Fox News about the spike in divorce filings in March.
Sean McIlveen explains what happens during an initial consultation with a divorce attorney at the McIlveen Family Law Firm.
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* Be punctual even better be early!!!* Stand when the judge enters or leaves the courtroom* When addressing the Judge use the term “Your Honor”. * Look the Judge in the eye.* Turn off your cell phone. Not vibrate or silent. Turn it OFF.* Pay attention. Look interested. Do not rest your elbows on the tables. … Continue reading