When coming up with an estate plan in North Carolina, many people think that as long as all of their wishes are clearly outlined and properly added to the correct documents, that their heirs will have no problem inheriting what they are left.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case. While we all wish we lived in a world that is free from dishonesty, sadly we do not, and therefore we must plan for the worst when adopting a plan to protect our assets.
The Cary asset protection law firm, Carolina Family Estate Planning prides itself on providing North Carolina residents with comprehensive, individualized plans that can help people from all walks of life protect what they own. You do not have to be a millionaire to benefit from any one of our Asset Protection programs, which can be beneficial to virtually all families, including:
- Families wanting their heirs to be protected from creditors.
- Individuals who do not want to see their heirs’ inheritances eaten up by divorce settlements.
- Doctors wanting to protect their personal assets in the event of a medical malpractice.
- Parents who do not want their children to have to carry the burden of long-term care costs.
- Lawyers, accountants and other professionals who are afraid of being sued for everything they are worth—personally and professionally.
- Business professionals who do not want company liabilities to affect their family and their personal assets.
You have worked hard for your money. Let us help you protect it by providing you with the following:
- A complimentary(must attend workshop prior to consult) consultation with Triangle asset protection attorney, Jackie Bedard.
- A complete analysis of your finances, including a review of your assets, debts, and future liabilities.
- “Worst case scenarios” where we address all of the possible “what-ifs” that can happen to you, your family and your heirs.
- Solutions to these “what-ifs” and how they would affect your family.
- Recommendations on what your tailored North Carolina Asset Protection Plan should include.
- A strategy for completing your Asset Protection Plan, including time frames, cost, and any other suggestions.
Don’t let yourself or your loved ones have to deal with the financial aftermath that a lawsuit or unexpected tragedy can bring to your family. Contact Carolina Family Estate Planning today at (919) 443-3035 or fill out our online form to speak with someone about registering for a workshop and scheduling your complimentary consultation. You may also request a free copy of any one of Attorney Jackie Bedard’s books, including, Estate Planning Pitfalls: The Twelve Most Common Threats To Your Estate & Your Family’s Future.