Category Archives: Estate Law

Undue Influence, Part Two

The elderly, even if they are of sound mind, can be vulnerable and trusting, especially when it is a family member suggesting changes to the will. This is called “undue influence.” It is closely related to fraud and forgery because it creates the same problem – someone else had input into the will other than…
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Undue Influence, Part One

Undue influence occurs when someone might coerce or place pressure on another person to change his or her estate plan so that he or she benefits. Today, our estate lawyer in Cary NC is here to discuss this matter further and offer signs that might mean undue influence in estate planning. Signs of Undue Influence | Estate…
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More Estate Planning Tips for Business Owners

There are many things involved in closing a business, so having an estate plan can ensure that the people left behind, whether it’s the employees or the family of the owner, will be protected and will receive the inheritance the owner chooses. Today we are here to talk more about how to plan for your…
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Estate Planning Tips for Business Owners

Does your business depend on you to operate? If so, you may want to consider a few estate planning tips before forgoing the overall planning. Business Owner Estate Planning in Raleigh  An owner dependent business is one run solely by the owner. The owner generally has no plan to continue its operation after his or…
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