Last Will and Testament
A North Carolina Last Will and Testament can be simple and easy. Your Last Will and Testament names your beneficiaries and designates who will handle your Estate Administration. Having a valid North Carolina Will allows you to have some control in your probate proceedings.
You may need to revise your Will as your life changes or your beneficiaries change. If you move to North Carolina from another state, you may need to update your Will.
Planning your estate is important, regardless of the size of your Estate. Having the right documents prepared by Irvine Law Firm will help your heirs to save money and avoid unnecessary stress.
Benefits of a Valid NC Will
- You determine who receives what property
- You designate the person to handle your estate when you die
- You have some control over what goes into probate
- Minimize expenses of the Estate Administration
Without a Will, State statutes dictate your estate decisions.
- NC statutes determine who inherits from you and how much they inherit
- Court appoints a personal representative
- Increased costs of estate administration
- Your wishes will not be considered
Work directly with the Attorney
- Understand the legal effect of your choices
- Explore options for dividing your property
- Know your document is valid in North Carolina
Your Last Will and Testament does not have to be complicated or expensive.
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