Don't wait for your family to sort things out among themselves - or worse, don't wait for your assets to be legally seized by the government. Our Asheboro estate planning attorneys are here to help organize your life after you pass.
When Do I Need an Asheboro Estate Planning Attorney?
When you have a change in your martial status, or had a baby, it's the perfect time to update your will. This allows you to direct what happens to your assets and who will make important decisions on your behalf. For example, in the event of a tragedy, if you don't have a will in place, the court could choose a family member to be the guardian of your children that is not the person you would want to raise them. Perhaps you have a close friend that knows your children better that you would like to be named?
From dealing with the clerk of court, preparing notifications, helping you understand the tax implications of your decisions and working to reduce any kind of internal family issues that could lead to probate disputes later on — there is no aspect of either the estate planning or probate processes that we leave to chance. Best of all, you’ll have peace of mind knowing your estate has been taken care of and that your desires have been expressed in way that minimizes the chances for future conflict among your heirs and beneficiaries.
Founded in 1976, Van Camp, Meacham & Newman, PLLC is one of the oldest and largest firms in the Asheboro area. Our firm has tried cases across the country, from North Carolina to Virginia, Illinois to Oregon and California to Florida, so we can handle your legal issues even if your family members are in other states.
Expertise in Preparing Wills, Trusts and Estates
- Wills and will revisions (codicils)
- Revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Advance medical directives
- Living wills
- Powers of attorney
- Guardianships and conservatorships
- Asset protection planning
- Medicare planning
- Estate tax planning
- Probate administration
- Trust administration
- Probate litigation (inheritance disputes, will contests, claims against executors, etc.)
Learn more about all of our estate planning expertise.