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Estate Planning FAQ

When planning your estate, you may want to consider which assets are subject to probate and which are not so that you can make the best decisions in how you designate heirs. If you need additional help, reach out to our estate lawyers in Cary NC to ensure that you are creating the best plan for your situation. Below, you'll find commonly asked questions about estate planning!

FAQ | Estate Lawyers Cary NC

Where should I keep my estate plan?
This is a question many people ask. It's best to keep it in a place that executor and trustees know about. Some choose to keep it in a safety deposit box or a fireproof safe in your home. Your estate lawyers in Cary NC can help you decide where to keep these documents in the safest place.
Should I review my estate plan regularly?
This is a particularly important question. Many people never review the documents. That means, they never get updated. You should review your document every 3 to 5 years no matter what you had no changes in life. If you have a life change like a new marriage, divorce or changing beneficiaries, you should make those changes immediately.
There are many things to consider when planning your estate. We hope this information helps you better understand why working with estate lawyers in Cary NC is a good idea. If you have more questions please contact our lawyer. We are here to help. For more questions about estate planning, visit back with our next blog post.

Eldreth Law Firm | Estate Lawyers in Cary NC

As always, please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have concerning legal issues. Also, contact our estate lawyer in Cary NC to schedule a consultation if you have yet to start estate planning. If you don’t have an estate plan in place or haven’t reviewed yours in several years, now might be the best time to start. In addition to estate planning, our lawyer is here to help you with all your small business needs, trademarking, copyrighting, or DWI issues.

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