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.
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The granting of probate is the first crucial step in the legal framework for administering the deceased person’s estate, resolving all claims and distributing the property of the deceased under a will. A probate court determines the legal validity of the will of the testator (the deceased) and grants its approval, also referred to as granting probate, to an executor.
North Carolina has a suggested statutory POA form, but it’s not appropriate for everyone. Each of us has specific assets and needs, and therefore, you should seek the guidance of our qualified, experienced Charlotte attorney when drafting your power of attorney.