Wills & Powers of Attorney

Everyone needs a will.  A Last Will & Testament sets out your desires for the disposition of your property, both real and personal, at the time of your death.  If you die without a Will, your estate will pass to your heirs according to statute.  Unless you want the State of North Carolina to determine the disposition of your property, you should probably have a Will.

 

Another reason to execute a Will is that, by doing so, you make the probation of your estate easier on your heirs.

 

Do you have children under the age of 18?  If something happens to you and your spouse, who will take care of your children?  While not necessarily binding on a court, stating your desires with respect to your minor children in your Will carries great weight. 

Whether your married, single, or getting divorced, whatever your situation, we can assist you with preparing or changing your will.  We also prepare Durable Powers of Attorney, Health Care Powers of Attorney and Living Wills.

Call us today and let us assist you with your estate documents.