Marshall & Taylor recognizes Sarah Privette who was elected to the Board of Directors of the Tenth Judicial District Bar Association and received the President’s Award.
A press release from Working America reported that the Greensboro City Council in North Carolina finally passed the paid parental leave policy by a unanimous vote of 9 to 0 last Tuesday, August 16. Working America is the community affiliate of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFLCIO),
The City Council is now offering city workers up to six weeks of paid parental leave. This benefit is available for women, men, and same-sex parents. Working America North Carolina State Director Carolyn Smith welcomed the development, noting, “Greensboro continues to lead the way in creating smart, family-friendly policies that address troubling disparities and acknowledge today’s diverse family structures.” North Carolina Justice Center statistics show that in North Carolina alone, 1.2 million working people in the private sector are not eligible for paid leave.
The lawyers at Marshall & Taylor PLLC handle all aspects of family law and can represent you if you are embroiled in a child custody, divorce, or alimony disagreement. Call our Raleigh offices today at to discuss your situation and see how we can help you and your family.