You’ve done a great job of providing for your family. Let’s help you continue. We intend to provide a thorough plan tailored to your family’s needs. Additionally, we are committed to assisting people from all walks of life, whether they be newly married, parents, empty-nesters, or retirees. With locations in Cary, Raleigh, and Wake Forest, we serve clients in and around Raleigh, North Carolina. Call us today to schedule an appointment with a Rolesville estate planning attorney.
The average household income in Rolesville, NC, is $119,615. The homeownership rate between 2015-2019 was 83.8%. According to City-Data.com, the average house or condo in Rolesville is valued at $355,599. This is higher than the average value property value of $193,200. If you have multiple assets, like real estate, savings, or investments, and you’re in the Rolesville area, contact an attorney at Cary Estate Planning and schedule a free consultation today.
Wake County Courthouse
316 Fayetteville St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
We can meet all your estate planning needs. Want to make plans for an ailing parent? Speak to an elder law attorney licensed to practice law in North Carolina. We have seen where probate administration becomes unexpectedly contentious. Having a probate attorney with broad litigation skills in court will be helpful.
Here are some ways that Cary Estate Planning can help:
A publicly educated attorney from Cary Estate Planning can walk you through the process. You may need estate planning documents that you have yet to learn about. Ask us about drafting a healthcare advance directive or the effect of those pending criminal charges or personal injury suits on your estate.
Are there specific documents for me if I run a business?
Business succession plans instruct the executors of estates on what to do with your company after your passing. These plans may transfer control to a nominated heir, order the sale of a company, or leave directions for a board of directors. A NC estate planning attorney can help you take the right business succession measures.
Do I need more than a will in my estate plan?
Estate planning documents extend far beyond just a will. Which individual planning documents are required for your estate plan depends on your lifestyle and the lifestyle you want for your family. Speak to an NC estate planning attorney at the Cary Estate Planning law firm.
Do my debts die with me?
No. Claims can be made against your estate. If you were involved in an auto accident, the other party could sue your estate for damages if they suffered personal injuries. Fortunately, we have enough legal skills to handle your interests.
We pride ourselves on building a good client-attorney relationship to determine the best estate planning strategy. After we have gained intimate knowledge of your estate, a determined attorney can create the best plan for you. Do you need estate planning services in Rolesville, NC? Schedule a free consultation at Cary Estate Planning with a practicing attorney so we can plan for your family’s future. Our law office is at 155 Parkway Office Ct., Suite 200, Cary, NC 27518.