New Year Estate Planning – What Documents Do You Need in North Carolina?

Now that the holidays have passed and it’s time to take down the decorations, it might be a good time to update your estate planning portfolio and determine what documents…

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Why You Need a Durable Power of Attorney

An injury or health condition can render you unable to communicate your healthcare wishes or take care of your financial affairs. When this happens, you need someone who can direct…

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Three Estate Planning Factors to Ponder Before 2022

The current economic and political climate points to tax changes that could affect your estate planning strategy. Recognizing these factors can help you make the right decisions in protecting your…

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Will vs. Living Trust: Which One Should I Choose?

Estate planning is about protecting your loved ones and executing your wishes after you die. Many people assume the best way to do this is through a will. However, a…

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What Happens to Debt When You Die in North Carolina?

When approaching estate planning in North Carolina, many people ask what happens to debt when they pass away. The short answer to this question is “it depends.” Your debt might…

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What is a Will and Why Do I Need One in North Carolina?

Estate planning attorneys in North Carolina run across a lot of misconceptions when it comes to wills. To help set the record straight, we offer some examples of what a…

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Estate Planning for Families with Special Needs Children in North Carolina

In many ways, estate planning for special needs children is a balancing game. Too much annual income and principal, or too much monthly income, could negatively impact your child’s future…

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9 Major Life Events That Should Encourage You to Update Your Estate Plan

An estate plan is not necessarily something you can fix in place and then forget. When your life undergoes a significant change, you will probably want to make some adjustments…

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Critical Estate Planning Documents for Young Adults

Once your child turns eighteen, you, as a parent, lose the legal right to make decisions for your young adult. You even lose access to basic information about health or…

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