Skilled Guidance With Estate Planning And Administration
Having a complete, thoroughly prepared estate plan may be the single greatest gift you could leave for your family. Not only does it allow you to clearly communicate your wishes with regard to how you want your property distributed upon your passing, it also gives you the opportunity to give proper authority to those people you want making decisions on your behalf should you become unable to make them on your own.
No matter what stage of life you may be in, everyone should have at least a last will and testament, a durable power of attorney, a health care power of attorney and an advance health care directive, also known as a living will. While many people might find the idea of beginning this process overwhelming, an experienced North Carolina/South Carolina will and trust attorney can help you navigate the process and develop a solution designed specifically to accommodate your needs.
Helping You Develop A Plan For The Future
At Watts Law Group PLLC, we take the time to get to know you and your estate planning goals. We present you with a variety of options for reaching your goals, explaining the potential advantages and disadvantages associated with each one. We address each of your goals and concerns individually, finding the best available solution for each one.
Our firm can help you with any aspect of estate planning and probate in North Carolina and South Carolina, including the following:
- Wills, including living wills and health care powers of attorney/health care directives
- Trusts, including revocable and irrevocable trusts, qualified personal residence trusts (QPRT), qualified terminable interest property (QTIP) trusts, supplemental needs trusts, special needs trusts, AB bypass trusts and others
- Asset protection plans
- Plans to minimize estate taxes
- Powers of attorney, including durable powers of attorney, which assist to handle day-to-day affairs
- Estate administration matters, including estate and probate administration and probate contests as well as state planning to avoid probate
We represent clients on all sides of all aspects of estate planning. Our clients include trustees, executors, personal representatives, beneficiaries, heirs and others.
Speak To A Trusted Attorney
Contact our office today to discuss your estate planning and probate questions with a lawyer. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment during the evening. You can reach us by phone at 910-250-9346, toll free at 800-639-7671 or via email to schedule your initial consultation. From offices in Shallotte and Myrtle Beach, we serve clients throughout Brunswick County and in both North and South Carolina.