Will Contesting An essential part of writing a last will and testament is to name an executor of one's estate. While many fiduciaries do what is ... Read More
What Will Happen to My Special Needs Child if I Pass Away Without an Estate Plan?
Charitable Planning Passing away without a will, also known as dying “intestate,” can impact your surviving family in ways you hadn’t anticipated. ... Read More
How Can I Mitigate My Children Paying Taxes on My Estate in Raleigh When I’m Gone?
Children Taxation Mitigation End-of-life financial circumstances are a concern for many residents of North Carolina. Tax implications on the estate ... Read More
What is My Role as a Power of Attorney in Raleigh?
Usually, your foundation or estate planning lawyer will prepare you for your Role of Power of Attorney. A power of attorney is a legal document that ... Read More
How Much Does Probate/Estate Administration Generally Cost in Legal Fees?
Probate Cost Estimation It’s the question that’s often dreaded, but we would be lying if we said it’s one we hope to never hear. In fact, it’s one we ... Read More
Can I Start Paying Creditors as Soon as I Get a Hold of the Decedent’s funds? If not, when?
Follow the Statutes and Paying Creditors With Funds As eager as we are to close out all open matters with a loved one’s estate, there are statutes ... Read More