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Estate Planning

Thoughtful Estate Attorney Greenville NC

Will the money you leave behind be used for a Camaro or for a college education? At Owens & Murad, our goal as your estate attorney in Greenville NC is to draft a well-designed estate plan that passes your assets to those you love in a manner that best fits the life circumstances of your beneficiaries. Solid estate planning reduces or even eliminates other costs, such as estate and income taxes, probate court expenses and legal fees. It also takes into account not only the expected size of your net-worth, but the unique needs of your beneficiaries or heirs.

Questions we can help you answer:

  • Should the inheritance be phased in at certain ages?
  • Does your beneficiary have a disability to consider?
  • Is your beneficiary in a difficult marriage with the possibility of a divorce?
  • Do you have children from a previous marriage?
  • Are there taxes that can be avoided?
  • What can you do to minimize or avoid probate court costs and delays?

We can help with comprehensive guidance and representation, including:

  • Preparation of a Last Will and Testament
  • Preparation of a North Carolina Durable Power of Attorney
  • Preparation of a Health Care Power of Attorney
  • Assistance in estate administration

Our attorneys are committed to estate planning that meets your specific goals. You may not know how to go about putting those goals together. We hope the above questions will help prepare for our initial meeting together. In the community of Greenville, North Carolina, hundreds of clients depend on our attorneys for all of their legal needs. Our experienced lawyers handle estate planning with confidence and confidentiality. For assistance, call us today at 252757-3300 or come by at 201 W. Third Street, Greenville, NC 27834.

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