Estate Planning For Direction In The Future And Peace Of Mind Now

Many people wrongly assume that estate planning has to do with death. In fact, it has everything to do with life and smart planning. No matter what your age or income level, as you accumulate assets and responsibilities, you naturally want to be the one to determine how those assets will be used.

Put A Plan In Place To Protect Your Assets And Legacy

A comprehensive estate plan typically includes documents that will ensure your wishes are honored when you are unable to speak for yourself. A will, possibly one or more trusts and powers of attorney, including a health care directive, can give you peace of mind now.

When any of these documents become important — such as if you are ever incapacitated or when the time comes to leave an inheritance — they may prove their value many times over. Your family or other beneficiaries will be able to carry out your wishes during the estate administration process with minimal obstacles, provided you have prepared an effective estate plan.

Turn To Trusted Attorneys For Your Most Important Legal Matters

For more than 60 years, Kluttz, Reamer, Hayes, Adkins & Carter, L.L.P., has been providing legal solutions, including estate planning, to the community, with pride.

Thanks to our firm's strong focus on litigation, we are well-equipped to ensure that your testamentary documents will prevent or greatly lessen any possibility of a legal dispute. Prudent planning is designed to protect your assets from complications down the line due to a will contest, probate litigation or any legal dispute over your assets or health care.

Discuss Your Estate Planning Needs With An Experienced Attorney

From law offices in Salisbury, we regularly welcome clients from other communities in Davie, Davidson, Rowan, Iredell, Cabarrus and Stanly counties. We are confident you will find our legal advice on your will, trusts and powers of attorney to be useful and informative. We will gladly help you decide what fits your budget and your goals.

Call our firm at 704-216-4012, or send us an email inquiry to request a meeting with a North Carolina lawyer.