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 an experienced and knowledgeable North or South Carolina Estate Planning Attorney to plan for a smooth transfer of assets to your loved ones. Our attorneys will work to ensure your family is protected, your assets are transferred, and your tax liability is limited. Your success creates the need to make important decisions about your family’s future. There is no one-size-fits-all Estate Plan, which makes it choosing the right attorney paramount to accomplishing your goals.
Estate Planning Attorneys with a Comprehensive Approach
Our experienced estate planning lawyers pride themselves on presenting you with the right questions to make sure you have considered all available options before drafting your Will, Trust, or Powers of Attorney. We will work with you to customize Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorneys, and Business Succession plans to ensure your unique needs are met. Our firm was founded on the belief that lawyers should be pragmatic and flexible when dealing with a client’s situation. At Nosal & Jeter, LLP, we personally tailor each client’s estate plan to fit their individual needs. From simple wills to tax-advantaged estate plans, clients are counseled as to the various options available for carrying out their objectives, and the necessary legal documents are drafted to implement their select plan.
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Proper Planning to Avoid Estate Litigation
Our lawyers focus their practice on Estate Planning with Wills and Trusts but also litigate Trust lawsuits, Will contests, and other Probate and fiduciary disputes. This gives them the first-hand knowledge and experience to advise Estate Planning clients on how to plan to avoid unnecessary Will contests and Trust lawsuits. We have not come across anyone who wants their legacy to be tainted by family members fighting over their belongings, no matter how small the probate estate.
North Carolina and South Carolina Estate Planning Lawyers
We offer this site as a resource for people looking to learn more about estate planning, trust law, and probate law in North Carolina and South Carolina. However, there is no substitute for legal advice from an Estate Planning attorney who will personally address your legal issue.