Estate Planning Practice Group
We recognize that North Carolina and federal estate laws are complex, but that doesn’t mean that your estate plan needs to be. We work with you to determine the best solutions for your individual needs in an efficient manner while minimizing any technical jargon that can be overwhelming.
Whether you need to create your entire estate plan or whether you need to revise your existing plans, finding North Carolina estate planning attorneys with experience is crucial for your success. Estate plans help to address your long-term needs, so you need to find someone who is going to help you design the most appropriate plans for you. We help clients across North Carolina with the following estate planning needs:
- Probate/estate administration concerns
- Asset protecting planning
- Estate planning
- Elder law
- Medicaid and Veterans Affairs Benefits Planning
- Estate, gift, and income tax planning
- Prenuptial agreements
- Property agreements
- Business formation
- Trust administration
Estate planning is a crucial part of your overall life plan, regardless of whether or not you think you have enough assets. This area is frequently overlooked by clients who believe that they don’t have enough assets to warrant an estate plan, but this is not true. Proper estate planning can help save your beneficiaries time and money and provide you the peace of mind that your family is cared for when something happens to you. Contact our North Carolina estate planning attorneys today to learn more about your options for asset protection and tax minimization.