Wills and estate plans are still the best and only reliable way to decide before you die what happens to your property, assets, belongings, and even custody of your children after you die.  The benefits to you, your children, your grandchildren, and future generations are obvious, but starting the process on your own can feel frustrating, uncomfortable, and intimidating.  And on top of all that, you only have one chance to get it right. You’ll need a good North Carolina wills and trusts lawyer.


Good Lawyers can:

  • Thoroughly investigate your estate and assets

  • Explain your options

  • Guide you through the estate planning process

  • Draft all necessary legal documents to meet your goals

  • Make revisions as life, circumstances, and assets change and grow

  • Above all else, give you peace of mind

We get it.  And we can help. There is no better time than now to start preparing for what happens after you die by writing a will or beginning an estate plan.  Our skilled wills and trusts lawyers are committed to getting to know you, listening to your goals and concerns, and creating the exact plan that fits your needs - no more, no less.  When it comes to your family’s future, no estate is too small; if it’s important to you, it’s important to us.

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Types of Estate Goals We Can Help With

We all have different goals in life and what we hope to do for our friends and family when we die.  Some of the most common estate goals we see are:

  • Wills

  • Living and Irrevocable Trusts

  • Transfers and Gifts

  • Appointing guardians for children

  • Medical directives, living wills, and deciding what life-saving medical care you want for yourself

  • Appointing a medical power of attorney

  • Financial powers of attorney

  • Organ donation

  • Reviewing, revising, and updating old estate plans


Our prices

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Legal guides

For more free information on wills, trusts, and the probate process, please click below for our in-depth legal guides that explain many of those topics.