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What Are the Different Types of Power of Attorney?
A power of attorney (POA) is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone you trust to act on your behalf in different situations. You draft these instruments when planning for the future or needing assistance with specific tasks. Let’s explore some common POAs used in estate planning so you’ll know which one best suits your needs when the…
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Revocable vs Irrevocable Trust: Which Do I Need in My Estate Plan?
Trusts are powerful tools in North Carolina estate planning that can help protect your assets, minimize taxes, and fulfill your wishes. Two of the most common types of trusts are revocable and irrevocable trusts. Understanding the differences between these two options is necessary to know which suits your unique needs and goals best. Today, let's explore the advantages, disadvantages, and…
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9 Signs That It’s Time to Hire an Elder Law Attorney
As we age, planning for the future and understanding complex legal issues becomes stressful. Here is where an elder law attorney can be a valuable asset. These legal professionals specialize in helping seniors and their families with a wide range of legal matters, from estate planning to long-term care. But how do you know when to hire an elder law…
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How Do Special Needs Trusts Work: A Comprehensive Guide
If you have a child or loved one who has a disability, you understand the constant juggling act involved in their care. From daily activities to doctor's visits, you strive to provide the best support. But what about their long-term financial security? That's where a special needs trust becomes your greatest ally. In this comprehensive guide, our estate planning lawyers…
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Estate Planning for Blended Families: What You Should Know
Family dynamics are changing. And it's more important than ever to have an estate plan that takes care of everyone you love if something happens to you. Estate planning is already difficult. But what if you're a part of a blended family? How do you plan for your children and/or stepchildren and ensure no one is unintentionally left out? We'll…
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