• Blog Post

    Haunted House Law & the Duty to Disclose

              It’s a tale as old as time: newlyweds visit an open house.  They fall in love with the ancient ivied walls and quaint secret passageways, only to learn that a gruesome murder took place in the house years before and now the halls are haunted by a poltergeist that won’t leave the premises.  According to…

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    Changing Domicile: How Mental Capacity Factors In

                Domicile is a relatively straight forward legal concept that combines the place where a person permanently resides with where he intends to remain.  However, what happens when a person who has been adjudicated incompetent desires to permanently move. Can he possess the requisite intent to change his domicile in legal terms?      …

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    Text Messages Can Be Writings for Statute of Frauds Purposes

                    The statute of frauds is a legal principal that requires certain contracts to be in writing in order to enforce them.  It is traditionally reserved for contracts involving important or expensive subject matter, such as the sale of land, contracts for marriage, or the sale of goods totaling more than $500.  In these instances, the contract is only enforceable…

  • Firm News

    Lindley Law Welcomes Ryan McIntyre

    Please join us in welcoming Ryan McIntyre, our newest associate, to Lindley Law, PLLC.  He grew up in New York and attended Cornell University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Labor Relations with a minor in Economics. While at Cornell, he was a member of the Varsity Lightweight Rowing Team. Upon graduation, he relocated to Winston-Salem and…