Free Estate Information Guide
Keep track of your estate assets for future generations. Get this instant downloadable PDF you can print and bind to use as a tool for your family’s legacy.
FREE ESTATE INFORMATION GUIDE
Keep track of your estate assets for future generations. Get this instant downloadable PDF you can print and bind to use as a tool for your family’s legacy. .
If you are the trustee of an estate, it is your job to disburse the assets to the beneficiaries. This process may take time to accomplish and you may need help from a knowledgeable estate planning attorney.
Preparing for the future of a special needs person is crucial to their standard of living, especially after you have passed away. With some planning, it is possible for a special needs person to have SSI and Medicaid benefits while also benefiting from a trust fund that provides money for other purposes.
A legal guardian to an adult is a tough position, especially if the person is in bad mental or physical health. It can be a difficult struggle to always act in the person’s best interest. Learn more about guardianship and how to resign as guardian if need be. Talk with us for more information and steps to make the process easier.
Concerns about the elderly people in your life? Or do you feel like someone is taking advantage of you in your own life? Don’t hesitate to reach out for help. Our attorneys specializing in elder exploitation can be an informative resource.
If you pass away without a will, the state will make a decision about your children who could go into foster care. Find out how to avoid this situation for your children and learn more about planning for the unexpected.
If the unexpected happens, do you have an estate plan for yourself and those you love? Are you prepared if you could no longer make decisions? Give your family the confidence to handle any medical emergencies you might face and to know how to handle your financial, business, and digital assets once you are gone.
For most people, pets are important parts of their families. Around 67% of Americans have some sort of pet in their home. You already give them the best life you can, providing them with the best food, toys, and making sure they are taken care of when you are not...
One of the most common questions our attorneys at Hopler, Wilms, and Hanna, PLLC receives from landlord’s is “how can I utilize the security deposit when there is damage or otherwise to my property?” North Carolina has a very specific set of rules regarding security...
A lot of landlords are wondering whether they are allowed to charge late fees in accordance with their lease agreements, as well as curious if they are allowed to shut off the utilities if there is non-payment of rent. We can help you understand what you are permitted...
When a deceased person's affairs need to be managed and settled, one of the things that will always need to be addressed is whether the person owed money to any potential creditors. This may include credit card bills, utilities, taxes, and even medical bills. It also...
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