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Key Provisions to Include in a Will
A will can accomplish many different legal tasks, including designating beneficiaries, naming guardians for minor children, and naming an...
How a Revocable Trust Keeps Assets Out of Probate in North Carolina
A revocable living trust can be useful tool in keeping your estate out of probate and keeping your assets and their administration private.
What is the difference between trusts and custodial accounts?
Using the right tool when leaving assets to minor children. Learn the difference between a trust the uniform transfers to minors act.
What happens if you die without a will in North Carolina?
As an estate planning attorney, I, of course, always recommend that everyone should have an estate plan. But, what happens if you don’t...
Top 4 Estate Planning Documents Everyone Needs
Essential documents everyone should include in their estate plan.
Why Creating a Will Should be your #1 New Year's Resolution.
The New Year is often a time for reflection and action. We take stock of the year that passed and resolve to make changes. This year,...
What is a General Power of Attorney and Why do you Need One?
If you become incapacitated, there will be hundreds of decisions to be made. Who will pay the bills, manage your money, take care of your h
Where to Store Your Will?
Where to Store Your Will? After you've created a will, the next decision is where to store the will so that your executor can easily find...
Top 5 Misconceptions About Estate Planning
Top 5 Misconceptions about Estate Planning As an estate planning attorney, I meet many couples with minor-aged children, and I’m always...
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