Talking To Your Parents About Estate Planning

For your entire life, your parents have looked out for your best interests. Now it is your turn. As your relationship with your aging parents evolves into the role of caretaker, you should make sure that your parents have an estate plan that protects their interests and assets. Having a conversation...
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How Do I Challenge A Will In North Carolina?

Losing a loved one is never easy. But when you believe that someone took advantage of your loved one to change their will, the grief can be even more unbearable. Fortunately, in North Carolina, there is a legal process which allows you to question and challenge the validity of a will....
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What Happens To My Debt After I Die?

When meeting with an estate planning attorney, you are probably thinking about how you want your assets to be distributed to your loved ones after your death. But have you thought about what will happen to your debt? One study conducted by Experian in 2016 found that 73% of America will...
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