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doctrine-of-necessaries-nc The Doctrine of Necessaries in North Carolina: Can I Be Held Responsible for My Deceased Spouse’s Debts?
This is an important question for all married couples. Most people would say that if the debt of the deceased spouse was only in his or her name, then the surviving spouse would not be responsible. This is true, most… Read More ››
How To File LLC Taxes
Since an LLC is formed at the state level, it is not a business classification for the IRS. This means that you can choose how your business is classified by the IRS: sole proprietorship (one owner), partnership (two owners) or… Read More ››
Mediation Services Cary Mediation Services
The Doyle Law Offices, P.A. founding attorney, Hank Doyle, is now a Certified Superior Court Mediator for civil lawsuits filed in the Superior Court Division of the North Carolina court system. Hank has completed the necessary training and fulfilled the… 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 ››