Real Property

Protect Parents’ Assets

Posted on: September 8th, 2014
As parents age, the risk of health problems grows. TheSandwich Generation—those caring for both their children and their parents, may experience the stresses and expenses of elder care, and then more issues later with probate of a deceased parent’s estate if no advance plans are made....

Trust Modifications if you Move Out-of-State

Posted on: August 27th, 2013
If you are moving to North Carolina and already established a living trust in another state, or if you established a living trust in North Carolina and are now moving out-of-state, are you compromising the terms of your trust with your relocation?...

3 Things to Include in a North Carolina Prenuptial Agreement

Posted on: August 25th, 2013
Creating a North Carolina prenuptial (premarital) agreement for engaged couples empowers both partners with the ability to decide what happens to their respective property in the event of divorce, a spouse’s death or incapacitation....

North Carolina Tax Reform Passes

Posted on: July 26th, 2013
Last week the House and the Senate both passed the North Carolina tax reform bill. (Bill 998. The Tax Simplification and Reduction Act.) Governor Pat McCrory signed it into law this week on Tuesday, July 23, 2013....

Estate Planning Concerns for Adult Children Living With Parents

Posted on: July 16th, 2013
The numbers of individuals living with extended family have only been growing. Our North Carolina estate planning attorneys blogged about estate planning issues of the “Sandwich” generation – the large pool of Americans who are caring for both their children and their aging parents. ...

Estate Planning Tips for Second Homes

Posted on: June 19th, 2013
North Carolina coastal properties from Corolla down to Sunset Beach are attractive investment homes that can be rented out during the summer season, used as a winter escape, and eventually a primary retirement home. ...
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