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Wills and Trusts

North Carolina Trust and Estates Lawyer: 5 Tips to Get Your Affairs in Order

March 7, 2019

By North Carolina Trust and Estates Lawyer, Dennis Toman Death or incapacity can creep up on anyone. If you’re not prepared, your family could bear a heavier burden when handling your estate or financial affairs. Here are five tips to help everyone lighten the load. Make an Estate Plan One of the most important things…

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North Carolina Will and Estate Attorney Says, “When It Comes to Cryptocurrency, Estate Planning Is a Must!”

February 11, 2019

You’ve most likely seen articles and news segments about cryptocurrency. The most popular form is Bitcoin, but there are several others on the horizon. For the uninitiated, cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security, making it difficult to counterfeit. One of the main reasons why people and investors like cryptocurrencies…

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Basics of Funding a Revocable Living Trust

November 24, 2018

Creating a revocable living trust is one of the best strategies for avoiding probate and leaving a lasting legacy for your family. However, the true protection afforded by a trust does not come after all the documents are signed – trusts need to be fully funded in order to make a real impact on your…

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It’s Possible to Change a Revocable Living Trust

November 9, 2018

As circumstances change and life throws new challenges our way, it’s important to take a look at your future plans and make sure they still match your wishes. This means examining your existing estate plan and making changes if necessary, which is especially true for your revocable living trust. As the name suggests, a revocable…

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Be Careful When Leaving Assets to Underage Beneficiaries | Greensboro Will and Trust Lawyer

June 18, 2018

As a Greensboro will and trust lawyer, I’ve worked with many grandparents interested in leaving a legacy behind for their grandchildren. A lot of people are surprised when I tell them they could be causing more harm than good if they aren’t careful. Imagine this for a moment; what would you have done if you…

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Greensboro Will and Trust Lawyer: Creative Ways to Leave “Intangible Assets” To Your Loved Ones

May 11, 2018

When most people think about estate planning, they picture money and property. But, as a Greensboro will and trust lawyer, I see more and more people adding intangible assets to their estate plan. Intangible assets might be things that have no monetary value, but are nonetheless important to the family. They may include personal letters,…

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