It’s never too early or too late to plan for the future. Whether you’re looking to create or update your will or prove the validity of your loved one’s will, it’s essential to have the best legal support around you. If you need the help of an estate planning attorney in Raleigh, NC, Young Law Offices, PLLC is ready to guide you every step of the way.
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Estate Planning & Administration
When you’re ready to plan for the future, our team will work with you to ensure your needs are met and your assets are protected. Our estate planning process consists of four levels:
- Incapacity Planning (includes Power of Attorney, Advance Medical Directive, and HIPAA Authorization)
- Last Will & Testament
- Contested Wills (Will Caveat Proceedings)
- Representation of Executors and Heirs throughout the Probate Settlement Process
The level you choose depends on your unique situation, and we will guide you to the choice that is best for your estate. Should legal tensions or challenges arise during the process, our family law attorneys will fight for you and your goals. We also provide probate services for family members who need to prove the validity of a family member’s will.
What Our Clients Can Expect
Our process involves an initial consultation in which we answer any questions you might have before drafting your estate plan. About a month later, we will review your documents with you and ensure you understand and agree with them. Then, you will sign the documents and your plan will be put in place. We will then schedule a funding meeting at which we ensure any asset transfers are proceeding as they should.
But the process doesn’t end there. We’ll be here for you long into the future, creating a lasting relationship with you. Every three years we’ll review your plan and update you on law changes that may affect it. We can also help you adjust your estate plan as your needs and situations change.
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.