How Can We Help YOU to Protect Your Family and Pass on Your Legacy?
Do You know who would take care of and support your children and other loved ones if you unexpectedly passed away or became incapacitated?
You probably have at least a general idea of who would take custody of your kids, but does that person have the legal right to take custody of your children? In other words, would the police have the legal authority to transfer the care of your children, who you love more than anything, to that person or would they be forced to take your children into protective custody?
This is something that most people don’t think about. And if you haven’t thought about this, then maybe it is time to get some planning done. Putting together a plan that will make sure your kids are safe and taken care of is just one small part of the big picture that is estate planning in North Carolina.
What is Estate Planning?
At its essence, estate planning is an amazing and beautiful gift that you will give to the people you leave behind. And while you will never see the benefits of your estate plan, your family, friends and loved ones will.
A well thought out and carefully planned estate will provide financial support for your loved ones when they need it most, as well as ease conflict and eliminate fighting between your family members. It can also preserve and memorialize your memories, your treasured stories and the values you hold dear so that for many future generations to come.
Do You Need an Estate Planning Lawyer in North Carolina?
If you have children, own a home, or have significant financial assets (outside of life insurance and retirement), then chances are you need to get your estate planning done.
In our Cary, North Carolina offices, we work closely with families to not only protect and preserve their financial assets, but their intellectual property as well. We want to make sure that your estate plan will care for the people you love more than anything when you need it the most.
Check back again as we will continue to update this page with additional information about estate planning in Cary, North Carolina.
What Should You Do Next?
If you haven’t already, we recommend you download a copy of our free report entitled the Hidden Danger Facing Your Children and the 10 Steps Every Parent Should Immediately take for Absolute Peace of Mind.
If you would rather go ahead and schedule a consultation with a Cary Estate Planning Lawyer, you may call us at 919-883-4861, of click here to fill out our contact form and a member of our staff will call you back within 24 hours.