North and South Carolina Wills and Trusts

You have worked hard to build your future, yet you face the difficult question of how and when to best pass on your assets to your loved ones. Few people find planning for their own death appealing; however, it is essential to consult with a knowledgeable North Carolina Estate planning lawyer or South Carolina Estate planning attorney to plan for a smooth transfer of assets to your loved ones. Your success creates the need to make important decisions about your family’s future. Here you will find Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorneys, and Business Succession plans to insure your unique needs are met.

Some types of Wills and Trusts that Attorneys draft are:

Simple Wills
North Carolina Last Will and Testament
Pour over Wills with revocable living trusts
Wills with testamentary trusts
Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust (ILITs)
Revocable Living Truss
Asset protection trusts
Marital AB trusts
Charitable remainder trusts
Supplemental / Special needs trusts
Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT)
Trust for animals
NFA gun trusts

When should I start my Estate Planning?

Now, to put it simply, it is never too early to start estate planning, and there are certain estate planning objectives that you should immediately get squared away no matter what your circumstances. A Will is principal among them. Without at least a will in place, the ultimate decision about how your estate will be distributed will be made by the government. Yet, with the proper Will and/or Trust in place, you can control how the estate is distributed and even avoid probate.

Additionally, any individual or couple with minor children should absolutely consider a guardianship and trust for their children. Nobody can predict their own death, but your child’s well being is too important to leave to chance. Our wills and estate planning articles and templates help to understand these issues well and will make sure your estate plan will address the issues most important to you.