McGrath & Spielberger PLLC

McGrath & Spielberger PLLC

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6201 Fairview Rd STE 330
STE 330
Charlotte, NC

Business Services

  • Business Law
  • Contract Law
  • LLC Attorney
  • Real Estate Law
  • Prenuptual Agreements




McGrath & Spielberger PLLC (Charlotte, NC)

McGrath & Spielberger, PLLC was founded by enterprising attorneys whose goal is to always provide high quality yet affordable legal representation to citizens and businesses in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Together, the attorneys of McGrath & Spielberger have decades of legal experience to draw upon when providing legal representation to their clients.

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Arbitration: How Do You Choose The Arbitrator?

Attorney Jason McGrath explains some things to consider when choosing the arbitrator during a lawsuit in this short video.Click here to watch this video on YouTube. Here are some of the key points contained in the video:If using a panel of 3 arbitrators: each party picks an arbitrator and then those ...

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Loan Agreements: Include Attorney Fees & Costs

 Here are some of the key points contained in the video:DON’T EVER lend someone money without a written agreementDON’T EVER create a loan without including an Attorney Fees, Court Costs and Collection Costs provision.In most North Carolina cases, it is difficult to collect attorney fees and collecti ...

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Arbitration Clauses and Costs + Fees

Here are some of the key points contained in the video:1. Should attorney fee and legal costs provisions be included in an arbitration clause?     Examples of options:A. Arbitration is required, but attorneys’ fees and legal costs are specifically not allowed to be recovered by the prevailing party ...

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Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) – What is the Borrower Really Paying for?

As contract attorneys who provide a variety of real estate and mortgage related legal services, including real estate closings and handling real estate disputes, we know that many (most?) borrowers really don’t understand private mortgage insurance. Known as PMI, private mortgage insurance is to ben ...

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Indemnification in Contracts: What if Both Parties Are at Fault?

In my over 20 years as an attorney, I have consistently found that indemnification clauses in contracts are among the most negotiated and sensitive contractual issues. I have also found that the law as it applies to indemnification is often misunderstood. On our website, we have discussed whether an ...

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North Carolina Premises Liability Law: What Are Your Responsibilities as a Landowner?

When someone visits your property – whether as a social guest or a repairman - there is always a chance that an injury could result. As a landowner, you may not know the extent of your potential liability when someone becomes injured on your property.  Some states, such as Florida, apply different s ...

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Florida Residential Landlord Rights and Responsibilities: What You Need to Know Before You Buy That Investment Property

Landlord/tenant laws cover rights and responsibilities each tenant and landlord has in their specific state. Because Florida is one of the best states in the country to invest in property, you may be considering buying an investment property. Before you do, you should understand Florida rental laws ...

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Comparison of Subchapter K v. Subchapter S

Both Subchapter K and S of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) are pass-through tax structures in which the members of the entity are taxed for the entity's income, gains, losses, and expenses on their individual tax returns. That is where the similarities end.  There are several differences discussed b ...

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S-Corp Tax Election for LLC

S-Corp Tax Election: Is it Right for Your Limited Liability Company?As an attorney who happens to have an MBA and some specific tax law knowledge, and one who advises businesses on both day to day issues and tax matters, I know that if you’ve chosen (or will choose) an LLC as your business structure ...

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Wedding Bell Blues: Contractual Considerations for Weddings and Events in a COVID-19 World – Part 3

As an attorney who routinely drafts and analyzes business contracts and a bride during the COVID-19 pandemic, I knew that there were several contractual aspects I would need to consider when entering into countless contracts with the vast array of people and vendors involved in planning a wedding, e ...

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