Wills & Trusts

elder abuse and estate planning lawyer cary nc Elder Abuse and Estate Planning
The realities of aging can bring a variety of challenges in long term care planning. The decline of physical abilities and the visible effects of aging are commonly recognized. What can be equaling damaging to an aging loved one is… Read More ››
What To Do With Your Will What To Do With Your Will
Now that you have taken the time and made the investment to have a professionally prepared will, trust or other estate planning documents created, the question arises, “what do I do with these documents?” Even in this digital age, the… Read More ››
Cary Long Term Care Planning Attorney The Importance of Funding Your Revocable Trust
Revocable Living Trusts in North Carolina are popular and effective estate planning tools. These trusts have many advantages including: Privacy for the family Flexibility in planning Potentially avoiding the costs and hassle of a formal will probate It is vital… Read More ››
nc power of attorney statute New NC Power of Attorney Statute in Effect January 1st, 2018
Effective January 1, 2018, a new power of attorney statute came into effect in North Carolina. This new law, known as the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act, supersedes and makes substantial changes to our state’s prior power of… Read More ››
Cary Special Needs Trusts Special Needs Trusts – Planning for Loved Ones With Disabilities
It is estimated that over 40 million Americans have one or more physical or mental disabilities. The causes of disability are many and variable. Some people are born with a disabling condition, others as disabled as a result of disease… Read More ››