Cary Will & Estate Plan Attorney

NC Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning

Wills & Estate Attorney in CaryA proper estate plan takes into account many different factors, including your assets, liabilities, tax issues, business dispositions, health, and perhaps most importantly, the needs of your loved ones.

It’s easy to see how quickly the legal landscape of your will, trusts, or estate can complicate — and it only takes one small mistake to have severe financial and legal consequences.

Experienced attorney Hank Doyle of The Doyle Law Offices is attentive, effective, and with you every step of the way in protecting your family’s future with estate planning, wills, and trusts.

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For 20 Years, Cary Wills & Estate Attorney Hank Doyle Has Assisted Clients With:

Civil Litigation Attorney CaryA common misconception is that wills and estate planning are only things that the wealthy need to worry about. The reality is that everyone needs to have a will and estate plan in place to provide for the future of family and loved ones.

This is not an area to cut corners or take chances. Hire a seasoned lawyer to guide you through this essential plan.

Do you need to notarize a will in North Carolina?

If you want your will to be “self-proving”, you will need to go to a notary. Otherwise, you do not need to have your will notarized. That said, it is absolutely recommended that you have your will closely examined by a well-versed, experienced legal attorney.

What happens if I die without a will in place?

In the beautiful state of North Carolina, passing without a will is a frightening thing. Your property will be dispersed to your spouse, closest relatives, and children. If you have no children, spouse, or relatives who are close to you, your parents or grandchildren would be entitled to your property. That said, please keep in mind that each case varies. These North Carolina laws are referred to as “intestacy” laws.

What can I do with a will in North Carolina?

Wills can help you protect your family and property from dishonesty and thieves. They allow you to leave your hard-earned property to specific people or organizations in which you’re affiliated with, deem a personal guardian to care for your children (if they’re considered a minor), name a trusted person to oversee you leave to minor children, and, lastly, name an executor (the person who will ensure all of your will-related requests are executed).

Contact an Experienced Wills & Estate Planning Attorney

When you meet with our wills and estate lawyer to discuss your situation, we will take the time needed to carefully and thoroughly evaluate your specific circumstances and determine what works best for you.

Whether a simple will or a comprehensive estate plan, we will evaluate your situation and set up a customized plan that best meets your needs and those of your family. Fill out the form below or call us today at (919) 228-4487 to request a consultation.

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