Establishing an estate plan is extremely important. As life changes, it is necessary to update your plan to fit new circumstances.
Traditional, very simple estate planning may not be sufficient to accomplish estate planning goals in many blended family situations.
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One of the most useful estate planning tools is a trust, which can be used to create a legacy of wealth and protecting assets. One question to consider when creating one, is whether a grantor or non-grantor trust is more appropriate. A non-grantor trust is any trust that is not a grantor trust.
As a Mecklenburg County trust lawyer, I am often asked by parents if it is possible to protect an inheritance for an adult child who
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Trusts are excellent legal tools that can be used to accomplish most estate planning and asset protection planning goals. The most common type of trust
Just as making a will without the help of a qualified attorney can be dangerous, trying to change an existing will on your own can
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Probate is the Court process to settle a person’s estate after their death. The process carries with it several potential problems and risks. Knowledge of
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