Jennifer Allen Law is pleased to announce that we have expanded our practice to include will documents (including your will, power of attorney, healthcare power of attorney, living will etc.) and estate planning. We are offering a year end special for clients who sign before December 31, 2020. Please give us a call at 919-901-0529 for more information or contact us.
Having a will is very important to make sure that any property you own when you die will go to the person, people or organization that you wish. The will also lets you choose who will be responsible for carrying out your final wishes and appointing a guardian for your minor children. If you die without a will in North Carolina, your property will be distributed according to a law that may result in your belongings going to someone you don’t want. At Jennifer Allen Law we draft your will documents to fully express your final wishes, including making amendments and codicils. We also understand the requirements for valid wills in North Carolina and meet those requirements so you will have peace of mind.
Living trusts let you manage your estate while you are living. They can be an important part of your estate planning by:
- Avoiding Probate:
- Maintains your privacy
- Reduces estate administration costs;
- Letting you choose a person to manage the trust if you become incapacitated
- Providing for minor children by giving them a share of the estate when they reach a certain age;
- Structuring dispositions for more favorable tax treatment
At Jennifer Allen Law we guide Executors through administering Estates upon the passing of loved ones. Our caring and compassionate representation helps you carry out the final wishes of your loved ones.
For more information, please contact us.