Turn to us when you need an estate planning attorney for document preparation or questions about settling an estate.
The reality is that eventually everyone has an estate that needs to be administered to distribute the assets in the manner that the decedent has determined. If a plan has not been devised ahead of time, estate law dictates the distribution which may not be the way you would like. That is why it is important that you meet with an estate planning attorney here at Bennett Guthrie PLLC.
We understand that it can feel uncomfortable to discuss end-of-life wishes, but we are here to support you as you make the important decisions about the distribution of your assets. We’ll walk you through the various documents that pertain to your situation, including your last will and testament, trust documents, or directives such as a living will, health care powers of attorney or financial powers of attorney that could come into play should you be unable to voice your desires.
As full-service estate planning attorneys serving the Greensboro, North Carolina area, we are also there for your family when it comes time for the estate to go to probate or if they need guidance regarding the division of the estate. This is also a service you can use if you have a family member who has left things in a manner that leaves you wondering how to proceed.
We are always happy to answer any questions you may have about estate law, so you can make informed decisions about the outcomes you desire. By working with an experienced and knowledgeable estate planning attorney, you can be confident that your estate will be handled in the manner you desire and will go smoothly for your family at a time when that really matters. Call today to schedule your consultation to get started with your estate planning or make any pertinent changes to what you may already have in place.
At Bennett Guthrie PLLC, our estate planning attorneys proudly serve all of North Carolina, including Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Clemmons, Mocksville, Lexington, Kernersville, King, and High Point.