Durham County Estate Planning Attorney Serving Clients in Durham County
Do your loved ones count on you for financial support? Are you obligated to your employees or to your business partners? If other people are relying on you, it’s time to have a talk about your plans for the years ahead with a Durham County Estate Planning Attorney at NC Planning.
Our team of estate planners, business attorneys, and probate lawyers develop estate plans, business plans, and tax plans for families, individuals, corporations, and business owners in Durham County, across the state, and in every part of the country.
Comprehensive estate planning is important for business owners, families, or anyone who supports loved ones. Effective estate planning results in precise, detailed legal documents that safeguard your assets today and benefit your family for many years to come.
What Are Common Business Planning Mistakes?
The key to the success of any business is good business planning. The best business plan builds your operation on a rock-solid foundation. Especially at the beginning of a new business, an owner cannot afford to make the mistakes that hurt so many businesses.
One goal of business and estate planning is finding the right solutions before small problems become bigger. NC Planning works to establish long-term relationships with our clients so that their businesses are well-planned and well-managed now and in the future.
Why Should You Seek Help With Probate?
We also guide clients through the complex probate process. If you’re designated as an estate’s executor, seek guidance from a Durham County probate attorney at NC Planning.
Our attorneys can handle the entire probate process on your behalf. When NC Planning’s estate administration attorneys agree to handle probate for you, you can rest assured that the matter is being handled properly by trusted probate professionals.
Without the advice of the right probate attorney, an executor or administrator could inadvertently overlook a probate requirement or make a tax mistake that could significantly reduce the overall value of the estate.
What Are the Benefits of Establishing A Trust?
NC Planning’s attorneys can assist you with creating a revocable living trust that lets you skip the probate process entirely. But whether you create a trust or a will, we can help you develop an estate plan which will provide for your family and extensively protect your estate.
Properly handling a trust requires an attorney with substantial experience in probate, estate planning, and tax law. NC Planning’s estate planning lawyers are ready to develop and manage a trust that meets your needs, guards your assets, and helps you achieve your goals.
But first, we must get acquainted with you. Building long-term relationships allows us to serve you more effectively. We create plans to protect both your personal and business finances, meet your needs, and prepare for the years ahead.
We Offer Extensive Legal Planning Services For Clients in Durham County
NC Planning’s legal team also provides important planning services for seniors, children, professionals, and people who have special needs in Durham County and across North Carolina. These services include:
- Parents should designate a guardian for their minor children in the event of death, but there’s a lot more that can go into planning for children. Our team can create a plan to ensure that your family benefits from your assets and your work in the years ahead.
- The elder law attorneys at NC Planning handle a variety of issues including guardianship, retirement, long-term healthcare planning, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, and other matters vital to the care and well-being of seniors.
- Family members who have special needs may qualify for Medicaid or Social Security benefits. A special needs planning attorney at NC Planning will draft a plan to protect someone with special needs from financial predators and abusive creditors.
- If you’re a solo professional practitioner – a physician, veterinarian, or dentist, for instance – let a professional practice planning lawyer with NC Planning recommend the right planning options and help you put a practical plan for your practice into place.
We Help You “Roll With the Changes”
Change is constant. The times are uncertain. NC Planning can offer you sound advice, guidance, cost-effective planning, and innovative legal solutions. No one knows what tomorrow may bring, but we can help you plan and prepare wisely and effectively.
To learn more about our services or to arrange a meeting with a trusted estate planning attorney, contact NC Planning at (919) 900-4720 or submit your information using the form here on our website.
We are proud to serve clients throughout Durham County. In Cary, our offices are located at 5640 Dillard Drive, Suite 101. In Raleigh, you’ll find our offices at 4801 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 200. Your planning for the future needs to start now. We can help.