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Estate Plan Updates When Starting A New Business

Estate Plan Updates When Starting A New Business

Most people have heard of Estate Plans, especially as it relates to their Will, or more specifically, the distribution of their individually owned property at their death. However, when it comes to Estate Plans and businesses, most business owners may not be aware of...

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How “Gray Divorces” Can Impact Your Estate Planning

How “Gray Divorces” Can Impact Your Estate Planning

While separation among young couples is becoming less common in the United States, divorce cases among older people, also known as “gray divorce”, is rising. According to the Pew Research Center, the divorce rate for Americans aged 50 and over is about twice the...

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Why You Need Advance Directives In North Carolina

Why You Need Advance Directives In North Carolina

Health care decisions are a very personal thing for most people, and the ability to make those decisions on our own is important. Although the aim is to be able to do that throughout our lives, the unfortunate truth is that a lot of us will encounter a situation in...

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How Do I Care For Pets In My Estate Plan?

How Do I Care For Pets In My Estate Plan?

As you make your end-of-life plans, we understand that you want to ensure that your beloved pets are well taken care of after your passing. Through proper Estate Planning with a knowledgeable attorney at your side, you can include your pets in your Will. Under North...

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Why You Need A Financial Power Of Attorney

Why You Need A Financial Power Of Attorney

If you are incapacitated or die, who will handle your assets and financial decisions in your place? Financial powers of attorney help with that process by giving authority to another person to make decisions and manage a person's assets if an accident or illness leads...

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