With their Lake Norman office conveniently located in Cornelius, North Carolina, Nosal & Jeter, LLP is a Cornelius Estate Planning law firm that serves the Lake Norman area. Our Lake Norman Estate planning services include Wills, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, powers of attorney, healthcare POAs, medicaid planning, asset protection, estate tax and business succession planning. There is not a one-size-fits-all Estate Plan, and each Will and Trust is specifically designed for the individual’s needs.
Lake Norman Wills, Trusts, & Estates Lawyer
Our knowledgeable and compassionate Cornelius Estate Planning Attorney, Thomas C. Jeter III, takes a comprehensive approach to estate planning to develop planning techniques to provide affordable solutions for our clients to protect their assets and their loves ones and avoid common pitfalls which may lead to estate disputes and litigation down the road.
Other primary areas of practice include trust litigation, estate litigation, and will caveats. This courtroom experience provides a strong base to help our estate planning clients understand the dangers and traps for the unwary in order to avoid an unwanted controversy over their assets.
Cornelius, NC Estate Planning Law Firm
If you recently moved to Lake Norman, including the towns of Huntersville, Davidson, Mooresville, or Cornelius from another state, do not hesitate to contact, Thomas C. Jeter III, a skilled Cornelius estate planning attorney in your local Lake Norman area. Call Us at (704) 608-3429 to discuss your family’s specific estate planning legal needs. We have seen many clients with Wills and Powers of Attorney from other states that do not comply with North Carolina legal formalities to be valid in this state. If North Carolina is now your permanent home and you have an old Last Will and Testament or Power of Attorney from your prior state of residence, we highly recommend you have your Estate planning documents reviewed by a qualified North Carolina Estate Planning attorney as soon as possible. Get the peace of mind knowing that you and your loved ones are protected.
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