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    • Estate Planning For Legacy Real Estate

      One of the primary reasons for planning your estate is to make sure that your assets go where you want them to after you’ve passed away. If you’re a parent, it’s likely that you’ll want to use your ...

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    • Estate Planning starts with “What do you own, How do you own it and What is it worth?”

      You can have an attorney prepare a perfectly good Last Will and Testament and still not know who is going to inherit your property at death. That’s because your Will does not control all of your ...

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    • Myth 3: Spring Fever, Incapacity Planning is Seasonal

      January is a busy month for Elder Law. Many businesses note that January tends to be a slow month and many consumers have a “holiday hangover” because they regret their spending over the holidays. At ...

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    • Hurricane Florence Scam Alert!

      As the impact of Hurricane Florence continues to impact our home state of North Carolina and our sister state South Carolina, the IRS, FTC, and FINRA have issued warnings about potential scams that ...

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    • The Veteran's Administration has announced a policy change that will soon affect all older veterans and/or their widowed spouses!

      The Veteran’s Administration has announced a policy change that will soon affect all older veterans and/or their widowed spouses! Please read on… On October 18, 2018, the VA is instituting rule ...

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    • Myth 2: Disagreements in Estate Planning… Do I Have a Voice?

      Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died in 2014 at age 82. He left one son, Moises de la Renta. He also left behind his second wife, Annette, and her three children from a prior marriage. One might ...

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    • Myth 9: Can’t I Simply Gift My Property to my Kids (or other Beneficiaries?)

      While it may be easy to simply give assets away during your lifetime, there are many reasons why this would not be a good idea and could yield disastrous results. Once you give assets away, the donee ...

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    • Myth 11: Joint Ownership is the Easiest Way to Plan Your Finances

      As people age, they often rely on their children to help them with many different aspects of their lives. This can include trips to the doctor, grocery shopping, paying bills, etc. When you need a ...

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