Who Acts As Administrator Of An Estate When There Is No Will?
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When an individual passes away without a will, the transfer of their property is governed by a process known as intestacy. Because there is no will, and therefore no Executor, someone must be appointed to act on behalf of […]Read more
Having a Baby? You Probably Need to Update Your Estate Plan
Just as with any important life event, an estate plan should be reviewed every time a baby is born. There are events that parents can plan for to prevent court costs, legal fees, plan for college costs, and nominate […]Read more
Forbes recently reported that Raleigh was the fastest growing area in the nation since 2000. With so many people moving to Raleigh from out of state, I often get asked whether a will executed in a different state is […]Read more
Once your estate planning documents are signed, you cannot ignore them. Check with your estate planning attorney every few years to keep these documents up to date. If you fail to update your estate plan frequently enough, your documents may […]Read more
Did You Know That You Already Have An Estate Plan?
For those without an estate plan, it may seem like good news that the State of North Carolina has prepared one for you at no cost. The Legislature drafted statutes for people who die without a will based on […]Read more