The loss of a loved one is so emotionally devastating that thinking about having to deal with the division of any left behind assets may be the last thing on any grievers’ mind. In such difficult and tumultuous times, it’s crucial that there is a will stating how the deceased wants his/her assets handled – and it’s also essential that the will is compiled and overseen by a professional lawyer (known legally as the testor) so that the document is legal.
In the state of North Carolina, the law dictates that a will must be either written (or recorded) in a specific manner in order for it to be legally valid. The esteemed lawyers at Kelly & West have nearly 30 years of experience recording wills, and are extremely familiar with the latest changes in North Carolina’s laws regarding the creation and change of a legal will and trust.
If you or a loved one has been thinking about recording a will to protect and guide your loved ones in the event of your death, we invite you to attend a free, no-obligations initial consultation for professional and honest advice regarding the best manner in which to proceed. We are dedicated to exceeding our clients’ needs. We have earned a reputation for integrity and excellence.
For more information about your will, please contact our Sampson wills attorneys today.