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north carolina estate planningNorth Carolina Estate Planning Attorneys
TrustCounsel’s headquarters is located in Chapel Hill. From this office, estate planning attorneys assist families, individuals, and businesses. TrustCounsel’s principal, Gregory Herman-Giddens, is board certified in estate planning and probate law and has been recognized as one of the top attorneys in the state, receiving awards for pro bono work, leadership, and voted a “Super Lawyer" on more than one occasion.
Create a Will in North Carolina

Making a valid and effective will in North Carolina is more complicated than most people realize. Writing your will allows your assets to be distributed exactly how you desire, but individuals who try to prepare their own will often neglect the most important part: Exactly how and when your assets will be transferred to your beneficiaries, and the costs, taxes and otherwise, involved. Our estate planning lawyers guide you through the benefits of living trusts and the different types of wills that best preserve assets for your heirs. Additionally, North Carolina has specific requirements for a will. Without a valid last will and testament in North Carolina, your family members may be stuck in a lengthy probate process and be liable for costs that could have been avoided.

Trust Attorney in North Carolina: IRA Trusts, Education Trusts, Gun Trusts and More

TrustCounsel’s North Carolina trust attorneys help you choose the type of trust that will best protect your assets. If you are interested in the protection and tax savings of specialized trusts for retirement accounts or education funds, or if you are concerned about a collection of firearms you wish to leave to a friend or a family member and need a North Carolina gun trust attorney to prepare the appropriate paperwork, TrustCounsel can help. 

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