August 31, 2017
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Incapacitation Planning for Unmarried Couples, Part Two

If you are unmarried and have no children, but have a partner in life, there are things to consider when estate planning. A power of attorney should be named so that financial and healthcare decisions can be made should you become incapacitated. A power of … Continue reading

August 27, 2017
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Estate Planning for Incapacitation, Part Two

Welcome back! our estate planning attorney Cary NC is back with more information regarding estate planning and incapacitation. This is a subject that we rarely think about. One, because it’s hard to assume it could happen to us. Two, it’s … Continue reading

August 25, 2017
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Estate Planning for Incapacitation, Part One

Often times we talk about estate planning that is to be used after one passes away. While it’s important to make sure you have everything needed for after death in place and documented, it’s also important to consider what happens … Continue reading