Probate and Estate Administration Attorneys Cary, NC

How Our Attorneys Make the Probate, Estate Administration, and Trust Administration Process Easier

The probate and estate administration lawyers at Carolina Family Estate Planning are here to make the process easier. We help our clients by taking on the detailed, challenging work of Estate Administration so that you can focus on your own life and family, with the peace of mind of knowing that you are respecting your loved one’s wishes.

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Serving Families in Cary, Raleigh, Durham, and across North Carolina


Our Probate And Estate Administration Attorneys Can Help If You Are Looking To...

 Ensure your wishes are carried out after you are gone

 Update your estate plan after major life changes

 Protect hard-earned assets

 Protect your minor and special needs children

 Plan for long-term care

 Avoid Probate

Common Estate Administration Tools in North Carolina

  • Last Will and Testament: This foundational document is essential to ensure that your assets are passed down the way that you want them to be, and can include anything from your home and cars to heirlooms and jewelry.
  • Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will: Chances are that if you are seriously ill and facing the end of your life, your grieving family is going to struggle with trying to figure out what your wishes are if you are unable to physically voice them. Having a Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will, already in place will give your family the peace of mind they need to focus on you and each other, rather than on the decision-making process.
  • Children’s Safeguard Plan: Trying to decide who will care for your minor children after you are gone can be tough. But making the decision now—along with a detailed plan you’re your children’s futures—can help prevent uncertainty and unneeded stress in the event of a tragedy.
  • Financial Durable Power of Attorney: Appointing someone to handle your day-to-day financial affairs in the event that you become incapacitated is imperative. Learn how a Financial Durable Power of Attorney can help ease some of the burdens from your family, and also how to avoid potentially costly mistakes by making sure the document is worded properly and includes critical provisions that are often overlooked.
  • Revocable Living Trust: Creating a trust not only could provide your family with additional protection, it could also prevent your estate from having to go through the public probate process. In addition to privacy, a trust may help your family members to avoid unnecessary taxes and to safeguard their inheritances.
  • Asset Protection Planning: You and your family have worked hard for what you own. Asset protection planning can help preserve your assets by minimizing exposure to taxes, lawsuits, and creditors.
  • Long-Term Care Planning: One of the biggest threats to most people’s financial well-being is the devastating costs of long-term care. A comprehensive estate plan should also consider future long-term care needs.

Contact Our Estate Planning Lawyers in Cary, NC

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For more information on how Carolina Family Estate Planning can provide you with a comprehensive estate plan in the Triangle, call our Cary office at 919-443-3035 to discuss the next steps, fill out our online form and we’ll call you, or reserve your seat at an upcoming seminar.

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