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Attorney Heather Culp to Chair IOLTA Finance Committee

Essex Richards Attorney Heather Culp has been selected to chair the Finance Committee of the North Carolina State Bar Plan for Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (IOLTA).  IOLTA was established by the North Carolina State Bar and the North Carolina Supreme Court to generate income …

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10 Essex Richards Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers In America

Essex Richards, P.A. is pleased to announce that The Best Lawyers© in America has named 10 of its attorneys to the 2021 list in the publication’s newly released 27th edition – Norris Adams, Rob Blair, Jon Buchan, Woody Connette, Heather Culp, John Daniel, Rick Elkins, Lauren Lewis, Steve Morris, …

Culp and Connette to Chair NCBF Committees Effective July 1, 2020

Essex Richards attorneys Woody Connette and Heather Culp will chair two key North Carolina Bar Foundation committees for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020. Culp will chair the Programs Committee, which guides the Foundation’s public service and pro bono programs—efforts that further the Foundation’s …

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Attorney Heather Culp Named to N.C. Pro Bono Honor Society

Congratulations to Partner Heather Culp, who was recently named to the North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society. This achievement recognizes North Carolina attorneys who gave substantial and valuable legal contributions to the state by providing fifty or more hours of pro bono legal services in …

Podcast: Protecting Your Finances During COVID-19

Making Good Personal Financial Decisions During the COVID-19 Crisis The coronavirus and COVID-19 diagnoses in the United States have quickly changed our lives in many ways. While health and public safety are top priority, many of us are concerned about our personal finances, and how …

Attorney Heather Culp Serves on Bar’s Programs Committee

On July 1, Essex Richards attorney Heather Culp begins a three-year term chairing the North Carolina Bar Foundation’s Programs Committee, which provides direction for and oversight of the Foundation’s pro-bono and public service programs.  She will also serve a three-year term on the Foundation’s Board …

Essex Richards Launches Bankruptcy Blog

Essex Richards is excited to announce the launch of our Bankruptcy blog. The blog, written by bankruptcy attorney Heather Culp, will cover questions and issues that arise in filing for personal bankruptcy, as well as other debt-related legal matters. Topics will include the differences in …

Will I Have To Go To Court?

Many people are intimidated by the legal system – at least the one portrayed in movies and T.V. legal dramas – speaking in front of a judge, being sworn in, appealing to a jury, facing your creditors.  But in the case of bankruptcy, rest assured, …

Will My Bankruptcy Hurt My Spouse?

Your marriage has been a model of relational accord since saying “I Do” a few decades ago, with one major exception: finances. Money – one of the most significant weights and causes for discord placed on most marriages. Jobs have been unsteady, hospital bills have …

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Heather Culp Speaks on Divorce, Debt, & Bankruptcy Podcast

Bankruptcy partner Heather Culp was recently featured on local Charlotte podcast, “Welcome to Splitsville.”  The podcast, hosted by attorney Leigh Sellers, covers topics in the field of family law.  In this week’s episode, “Divorce, Debt, & Bankruptcy,” Leigh and Heather discuss how finances affect marriage …