July 2015 Posts

  • 3 Things to Consider When Creating a Pet Trust in North Carolina

    Americans love their pets and often feel connected to their animals as part of a family unit. How can the well-being of a pet be ensured if a pet owner dies?...
  • Including Jewelry in North Carolina Estate Plans

    June is a popular choice of month for weddings. This past June was the first one that same-sex marriages were nationally legalized. How should couples include engagement rings and wedding bands in their estate plans?...
  • What Happens if an Executor Doesn’t Do Their Job in North Carolina?

    If the appointed executor accepts and then exploits their authority or fails to meet their responsibilities, another individual or business can file a petition with the court to have the executor removed. ...
  • 3 Financial Scams Targeting the Elderly

    A challenge seniors face is being the target of elder financial abuse. Aside from an unscrupulous family member mismanaging a senior’s assets, third party organizations use underhanded tactics to take advantage of seniors....