Wills & Estate Planning Attorney
At Walker Schantz Law PLLC located in uptown Charlotte NC we provide, trusts, estates and wills, probate of estates, estate planning, powers of attorney. We also assist in setting up LLCs.
Provide reliable easy to understand information and service so every one involved has a complete understanding. We take your affairs & estate seriously. We are a firm with a large network and a reputation for providing quality and personalized services for clients in Charlotte and the state of North Carolina.
Our Mission is to provide professional and attentive service to all of our clients. Our staff and attorneys are available to answer questions, and work dilligently to keep clients well informed throughout the entire process.
Everyone has an estate. So, you need estate planning whether your estate is large or small. Estate planning is a process that involves legally structuring of the future disposition of the current and projected assets.
Most people know they should write a will, but not everyone knows what a will is or how it works. If you wish to leave your loved ones some assets in the event of your death, then you need to write a will today.
Powers of Attorney
A power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint a person or organization to represent or act on your behalf in business, private affairs, or other legal matter if you’re unable to do so.
Probates of Estates
Many people don’t want to think about death, but we will all die one day. Sometimes courts step in to oversee the dis-positioning of your assets upon your death. That is where Charlotte probates of estates comes in.
A legal practice field that specializes in issues that senior citizens face, such elder abuse, age-related health concerns, wills and trusts, Social Security and retirement, and long-term care and housing. Elder law planning prepares for financial freedom and autonomy through long-term care options and proper financial planning.
Business LLC Setup
Like a corporation, an LLC provides limited liability to its owners. It means the owners of an LLC aren’t responsible for the liabilities and debts that the LLC incurs – even if the LLC becomes insolvent and owes more than it’s worth.
Mathew’s primary practice area is Wills and Estates, but he also handles Elder Law, and Business Formation matters.
“I am so thankful for Walker Schantz Law. Their firm helped us get through some of the most stressful times of our lives. They really care about their clients.”
Jay Smith, Client
For a consultation or additional information please get in touch.
525 N. Tryon Ste. 1600, Charlotte, NC 28202
525 N. Tryon St. Ste. 1600
Charlotte, NC 28202