Estate Litigation

Power of Attorney and Your Rights

People creating an estate plan in North Carolina will create at least one power of attorney. Through these important documents you can give someone else the ability to make decisions on your behalf. Whether those decisions are financial, involve health care decisions, or encompass any other issue, you need to know how these documents affect you and your rights. Here are some common …  read more

The Will Caveat and Estate Litigation

One of the most common reasons people begin estate litigation in North Carolina is because they want to file a will caveat. The term “will caveat” simply means a challenge to the validity of a last will and testament filed with the probate court. (In North Carolina, the probate court is called the Clerk of the Superior Court.) Here’s what you need to know about will caveats in North …  read more

Removing a Trustee in Greensboro: Trustee Removal Facts

Sometimes people in North Carolina seek to have the trustee of an irrevocable trust removed. This type of estate litigation is possible in some situations, but there are several issues you have to understand if you’re considering removing a trustee in Greensboro. Here is what you need to consider. Trustee Removal Reasons North Carolina law sets out specific reasons for why a court can …  read more

Estate Litigation and Nursing Home Abuse

One of the more common estate litigation topics people are concerned about is the possibility of nursing home abuse or neglect. Over 2 million people reside in a nursing home or assisted living facility, and thousands of cases of elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation occur every year. According to national survey figures, 44% of nursing home residents say that they have personally …  read more

When The Nursing Home is The Problem

When an elderly family member moves into a nursing home or elder care facility, you want to know that the facility is doing its best to take care of your loved one. But sometimes, things go wrong. Sometimes people act badly. Even though most nursing homes provide the adequate amount of care an elderly person needs, this is not always the case. Elderly people who are harmed while in a …  read more

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