Knowledgeable Guidance For Your Estate Planning Needs
No matter what stage of life you are in, it is never too early or late to start protecting your financial legacy for the future. A last will and testament is the foundation of every effective estate planning strategy.
If you live in the Fayetteville, North Carolina, metropolitan area or you have elderly parents living in the region, call me, attorney Bruce Allen, to discuss your estate planning needs. I offer personalized service backed by more than a quarter-century of experience and knowledge of estate law matters such as:
- Wills, drafted and updated
- Trusts, including living trusts, irrevocable and revocable trusts
- Charitable giving
- Living wills, advance directives
- Medical and financial powers of attorney
- Probate and estate administration following the death of a loved one
Do You Really Need A Lawyer To Prepare A Will?
Under North Carolina probate laws, the estate of a deceased person automatically transfers to the surviving spouse and children. Only a valid will ensures that the assets go precisely to the individuals in the family you intend, while reducing the likelihood of probate litigation.