Trust Trend: Make Heirs Wait

Posted on: February 20th, 2018
How long will it take you to receive your inheritance in North Carolina? If our state follows a national trend, the time may be growing longer. ...

Incentive Trusts

Posted on: February 20th, 2018
Trusts may be customized to suit the grantor’s wishes, which may include their determination of what’s best for their beneficiaries....

5 Concerns for First-Time Executors

Posted on: June 6th, 2017
A person serving as executor for the first time must manage the time demands of the probate process while allowing leeway for their own learning curve. Our probate attorneys produced a few overviews of the estate administration process to help facilitate a productive start....

Dealing With Creditors in NC Probate

Posted on: May 5th, 2017
Personal representatives and executors follow a state-mandated timeline for creditor notifications. When it comes to managing debts, including through approval or rejection of creditor claims, the executor’s duties become more complicated....

New Legal Library on Trusts, Estates, and Tax Law

Posted on: March 23rd, 2017
TrustCounsel's new Legal Library is now a permanent free online resource with guides to help direct executor’s discussions with attorneys, as well as to alert legal and financial practitioners of important probate and trust law matters....

The Taboo Subject of Estate Planning and Firearms

Posted on: January 25th, 2017
A guest contributor on Southern Gun Law Group, Dennis Gayness is a Certified Firearms Appraiser with the Triangle Shooting Academy. In his guest post he delves into events throughout history that have influenced rare and collectible firearms passed down through generations....
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