In North Carolina, those concerned about your mental state could take you to court. If they can prove that you lack the testamentary capacity to act in your own best interests, the courts may agree that you cannot handle your own legal, medical, and financial matters....
Month: April 2022
Pour-over wills: What are they, and why might you need one?
A pour-over will helps ensure all your assets are accounted for when you die. You should consider it if you make a trust the mainstay of your estate plan. Trusts provide you with a way to keep assets out of probate. Any property within the trust will pass to the...
The Fundamentals of Estate Planning and How an Attorney Can Help
Estate planning involves a lot of different factors. We cover some of the early considerations and fundamentals about how to get started with your plan for the future.
Making the most of a loved one’s memorial fund
When a loved one passes away, the family is often fortunate enough to be inundated with condolences and messages from the deceased person’s friends, colleagues, neighbors and others who knew them. They often want to pay their respects by giving something tangible in...