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New Legal Library on Trusts, Estates, and Tax Law
Posted on: March 23rd, 2017
TrustCounsel's new Legal Library is now a permanent free online resource with guides to help direct executor’s discussions with attorneys, as well as to alert legal and financial practitioners of important probate and trust law matters....
The Taboo Subject of Estate Planning and Firearms
Posted on: January 25th, 2017
A guest contributor on Southern Gun Law Group, Dennis Gayness is a Certified Firearms Appraiser with the Triangle Shooting Academy. In his guest post he delves into events throughout history that have influenced rare and collectible firearms passed down through generations....
What Executors Should Know About Digital Assets in North Carolina Probate
Posted on: September 22nd, 2016
In late June 2016, the North Carolina governor signed Senate Bill 805, Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, into law. The Act provides that trustees, executors, agents under powers of attorney, and other fiduciary parties in North Carolina may be granted authorities over electronic records and communications of another user. ...
Asset Protection Risks From Prior Marriages
Posted on: August 25th, 2016
Remarriage after divorce or the death of a spouse poses unique issues that individuals entering a first marriage generally do not have to navigate....
Probate of Real Estate in North Carolina
Posted on: June 24th, 2016
Real property poses unique set of considerations in the context of estate or trust administration. To understand more about how a personal representative oversees the management and distribution of real property during estate and/or trust administration, take a closer look at some variables that affect property distribution....
Remarriages and Inheritances in North Carolina
Posted on: May 9th, 2016
Individuals in North Carolina who have married more than once might have estate planning issues they are not aware of. Whether one has remarried following a spouse’s death or divorce, one should take time to review existing estate planning documents....