How Much Does an Estate Have to Be Worth to Go to Probate?
Are you navigating the probate process in North Carolina after losing a loved one? Maybe you’re wondering what you need to do to prepare your estate, so the process goes smoothly in the future for your family members. Going through the motions of settling an estate is often stressful, not only because it can get complicated but also because grief…
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Do You Need Estate Planning in Your 30s?
Almost everyone has an estate... including you. An estate is a collection of personal items, such as your house, car, bank accounts, and businesses. Regardless of how your estate grows and changes over the year, one thing remains constant—you must make a plan regarding what happens to your assets and property after you die. Considering that fact, an estate plan…
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Long Term Care Options: Making The Decision That’s Best For You
The normal aging process presents challenges that are both widespread and ongoing. Even absent progressive, age-related illnesses such as Parkinson's disease or Alzheimer's, seniors often develop needs that exceed their loved one's ability to care for them. Although there are various options in in-home support that make family caregiving easier, there may come a time when you have to choose…
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5 Estate Planning Tips to Make Sure Your Family Is Protected
Even if an estate plan is the last thing that you want to tackle, your family needs you to begin the process because they are the most affected. While you may need to put in some work and make some difficult decisions, it is all for the benefit of your family. Here are five tips that can help make the…
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Does A Trust Avoid Probate In North Carolina?
Nobody wants to think about the things they need to take care of before they die or how to divide their property before they pass. But, for many families, taking care of these daunting tasks can make life much more manageable after their loved one passes away. That is why in the below post, we will discuss not only whether…
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