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The Potential Pitfalls of DIY Estate Planning

The Potential Pitfalls of DIY Estate Planning

Providing for your family's future needs may be one of your primary motivations for investing in the estate planning process. You want to make sure that their inheritance is secure, and that your wealth is distributed according to your wishes. You may be tempted to...

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What Happens To Your Digital Assets When You Die?

What Happens To Your Digital Assets When You Die?

Like most people, you probably have a collection of your photos, videos, and music stashed somewhere safe in the virtual realm. But have you ever wondered what will become of these virtual items – digital assets – when you pass away or become incapacitated? Your...

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Revocable Trusts In Estate Planning

Revocable Trusts In Estate Planning

These days, many people doing estate planning prefer a revocable trust to a regular one-time will or irrevocable trust. Although revocable trusts in North Carolina are similar to a will in that they both make a plan for how your estate is handled in the event of your...

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An Estate Planning Checklist – Where Should You Start?

An Estate Planning Checklist – Where Should You Start?

If you die intestate - that is, without leaving a legally binding will - your survivors will have to bear the complicated burden of distributing your possessions and other valuables in the event of incapacitation or death. Proper estate planning is crucial, regardless...

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Why Do You Need A Will?

Why Do You Need A Will?

With the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, more families than ever are looking to ensure that their affairs are in order in case a family member were to pass away. And, it’s important to plan out your will and other estate planning pieces when you can go through it...

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