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Cary Office

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday: 8am to 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed

Our Headquarters/Cary office is at 1255 Crescent Green Drive, Suite 200, Cary, NC 27518, located on Crescent Green Drive halfway between Kildaire Farm Road and Tryon Road, with Lucky 32 on the Tryon side and Riccobene Dentistry and Harris Teeter on the Kildaire Farm side. As you’re entering the parking lot from Crescent Green, the 1255 building is a four-story L-shaped building on the left side (there is a three-story 1225 building on the right side). Our office is on the 2nd floor, suite 200. Stair and elevator access are just inside the building.

We want to make your experience visiting our office locations a pleasant one and understand accessibility may be top of mind. We have included information for you on this page about accessing our office locations and please feel free to contact us at 919-659-8433 for further details and assistance.

Cary Estate Planning Attorney

After years of hard work and some bumps along the way, you finally feel at peace with yourself. You’re happily married with a baby on the way, and you just closed on your dream home. You and your spouse are satisfied with your jobs, and your future feels secure. When you’re young and everything seems great, you probably don’t think about estate planning. You’ve heard of wills and trusts, but you figure you won’t have to deal with that for several years.

The reality of life is that death can be unexpected. We don’t like to think about it, but our lives are fragile. An accident or sudden illness can alter your family forever. To protect your assets and achieve security for your family, you need to create an estate plan. North Carolina family estate planning ensures that your assets, including your wealth and property, are distributed and taken care of after your passing. At Cary Estate Planning, our elder law attorneys and estate planning lawyers can help you create a will, establish a power of attorney, navigate probate, and much more. Call Cary Estate Planning today to schedule your free consultation if you’re in Cary, North Carolina.

Age Statistics in Cary

According to the United States Census Bureau, 12.5% of persons in Cary are 65 years and over. The older you get, the more crucial it becomes to start estate planning. If you don’t have an estate plan before you pass away, you can’t secure your finances and other assets. You don’t have to wait to start estate planning. Even though it’s challenging to think about, people can die at any age. Creating an estate plan protects your assets during estate administration and for years to come.

Helpful Resources in Cary

Growing older can be a difficult transition for some. Fortunately, there are many local resources you or your loved ones can use.

Spring Arbor of Cary

Spring Arbor of Cary is an assisted living program for senior citizens in Cary, NC. Members can live a fulfilling life here, all while having support from staff members.

1705 Kildaire Farm Rd.
Cary, NC 27511
(833) 797-1460

Total Life Centers

Resources for Seniors offers Total Life Centers, and adult day programs for seniors. Visit the Cary Total Life Center to apply for the program.

110 Maury O’Dell Place
Cary, NC 27513
(919) 460-9008

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services offers several services for seniors, such as adult day services, adult protective services, and in-home aides. Visit their website to learn more about their assistance programs.

2001 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699
1 (800) 662-7030

Trustworthy Estate Planning Attorneys Serving Cary, NC

Our Cary estate planning lawyers want to help you protect your assets. The Cary Estate Planning law firm understands the importance of legal planning to secure your finances and help your family in the event of your passing.

Here are some services we offer to clients:

Frequently Asked Questions About Estate Planning

What is my estate?

Your estate is anything you own, whether physical items, like your house or non-physical items, like your wealth. It also includes personal property, such as your car.

What is probate?

Probate is the process after one’s passing in which the executor distributes the decedent’s assets, pays their bills, and authenticates their will. You can appoint an executor in your will.

What is a power of attorney?

A power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone to manage different facets of your life if you cannot. This can include making medical, financial, and property decisions.

Contact a Cary Estate Planning Attorney Today

It’s never too early or too late to start estate planning. You can protect your assets and your family’s future in Wake County by working with a Cary estate planning attorney.

Call Cary Estate Planning today to schedule your free consultation.

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