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Free Report: Incapacity Planning in North Carolina: Using Specific Tools

When creating a financial power of attorney, the agent you select must be a capable adult. Alternatively, you can choose an organization to serve as your agent. For example, you might choose your bank, a law firm, or some other capable representative to manage your financial affairs for you.

Topics covered in this report include:

  1. Financial Power of Attorney
  2. Advance Medical Directives
  3. Standby Guardian Appointment
  4. Careful Planning Required
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Basic Estate Planning Questions – What Are Estate Taxes in North Carolina?

In this week's blog post in our ongoing series on basic estate planning questions, we are going to look at…

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