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September 2018 Archives

Why a living will belongs in every estate plan

People often associate living wills with those experiencing extreme medical conditions. For someone dealing with cancer or battling a degenerative condition, it absolutely makes sense to put a living will in place. However, they are not the only ones who benefit from the protection of the documents included in a living will.

What is the general civil litigation process?

When facing a lawsuit, whether you are the one bringing the lawsuit or the one being sued, it can be a stressful and confusing time. After all, most people in North Carolina have limited experience with the legal system, which makes it important that they seek legal help when necessary. One way to ease the stress that can come with general civil litigation is understanding how the trial process works.

Estate planning is not just for the old and wealthy

Some people may think they don't need an estate plan. They may think that estate planning is only for the elderly or for the very wealthy. However, neither of these things are true. For example, parents with children under age 18 may want to establish a plan that not only addresses how they want their assets passed on, but also who will be guardian of their child should they both pass away before the child is grown. And, even people of modest means may have opinions as to who should inherit their assets. An estate plan can address these concerns through the execution of a will or trust.

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