Chatham County Estate Planning Attorney Serving Clients in Chatham County
Do you have loved ones who depend on you? What about your business partners or employees? If you have obligations to others in your family or in your business, you should have a detailed discussion about the future with Chatham County Estate Planning at NC Planning.
The NC Planning team of business lawyers, estate planning professionals and elder law attorneys creates business, tax, and estate plans for individuals, families, business owners, and corporations in Chatham County, throughout North Carolina, and across the United States.
Thoughtful estate planning is essential for families, business owners, and anyone who provides for loved ones. Estate planning requires the creation of detailed and complex legal documents to protect your assets now and ensure that your instructions are carried out when that time comes.
How Can Our Attorneys Help Businesses in Chatham County?
Business planning is the key to success for any business. A good business plan is a map to the future that establishes your business on a solid foundation. Particularly in the first stages of a business, you must avoid the errors that destroy so many new businesses just as they get started.
Good business planning and effective estate planning puts solutions in place before problems arise. The lawyers at NC Planning believe in establishing long-term attorney-client relationships so that your business can be effectively planned and managed for decades to come.
How Can Our Chatham County Estate Planning Help With Probate and Estate Administration?
We also work on behalf of beneficiaries, estate administrators, and personal representatives in all matters related to probate. If you’re named as the executor of an estate, you will need the help that a probate attorney at NC Planning can provide.
NC Planning has even set up an estate administration team, a group of attorneys who will handle the details of the probate process for you. When our estate administration team takes over for you, you will know that your loved one’s affairs are being handled by trusted legal professionals.
Without a probate attorney’s sound legal advice, administrators and executors can make legal and tax mistakes that can seriously damage the estate and reduce what the beneficiaries receive.
What Are the Benefits of Creating A Trust?
We can help you avoid probate entirely by creating a revocable living trust. But regardless of whether a last will and testament or a living trust is right for you, the estate planning lawyers at NC Planning can create a comprehensive estate plan that protects your assets and meets your family’s needs.
Administering a trust properly takes a lawyer who has extensive experience with estate planning, tax laws, and probate. At NC Planning, our team of attorneys is ready to create and administer the trust that’s right for you.
But we have to get to know you first. As mentioned previously, we prefer to build long-term relationships with our clients. We want to understand your personal finances and goals, the needs of your family, and your plans for the future.
What Other Legal Services Does NC Planning Provide?
NC Planning also provides related legal services for children, seniors, persons with special needs, and professionals in Chatham County and throughout the state. These services include:
- Our elder law attorneys deal with a range of legal issues including long-term care planning, retirement, healthcare, guardianship, Medicaid and Medicare, Social Security, and other vital matters regarding the care of seniors.
- We can help you name a guardian for your children if they should abruptly lose their parents, but planning for minor children can entail more. We can develop a plan which ensures that your children will benefit from your work and your assets in the future.
- Loved ones with special needs may be entitled to Social Security or Medicaid, now or in the future. A special needs planning lawyer with NC Planning can identify the available benefits and protect your loved one with special needs from creditors and predators.
- Especially if you are a doctor, dentist, or veterinarian, a professional practice planning attorney at NC Planning can provide the legal help you need to keep your business running. We seek to understand your practice, suggest the best planning options, and help you implement your plan.
Let Us Help You Plan for the Future
NC Planning provides our clients with sound advice, affordable planning services, and creative legal solutions. We seek to understand your goals and objectives in order to serve you effectively.
Our top priority is helping you create a long-term plan that meets your needs. To learn more or to schedule a consultation with an estate planning attorney, call NC Planning at (919) 568-3681 or complete the brief contact form here on our website.
In Raleigh, our offices are located at 4801 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 200. In Cary, you’ll find our offices at 5640 Dillard Drive, Suite 101. It’s never too soon to start planning for tomorrow. The legal team at NC Planning in Chatham County is here to help.