Planning for the future is hard work. Planning for your death is even harder. Although no one wants to think about their own demise, executing well-drafted estate planning is essential to ensure that your assets are protected. At Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, LLP, our attorneys are experienced in crafting individualized estate plans for our …

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Estate planning refers to the process of executing certain legal documents that dictate how your assets will be managed or dispersed upon death. All estate planning should include a last will and testament.  Your last will and testament can dispose of property such as cars, personal property, cash, stocks and bonds, and real property, among …

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  Get to know your local Monroe, NC attorneys at Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long LLP.     Ashley McBride joined Perry, Bundy, Plyer & Long in 2016 after graduating Magna Cum Laude from Campbell Law. Ashley focuses her practice on Real Estate, Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Elder Law, and Special Needs Planning.   …

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If you or a loved one have special needs, you understand the financial strains that come with providing the appropriate care for those needs. One way to address these concerns is through a special needs trust.  A special needs trust is a tool that allows the trustee to provide financial support for an individual with …

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Getting your estate planning affairs in order? We often see estate planning errors that can be time-consuming and expensive for your loved ones to resolve. Here are our tips for avoiding these common estate planning errors that will cost your family money:   1. Not Having an Estate Plan Having no estate plan is the …

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Acting as an executor for the first time can be a daunting experience as there are many tasks to complete and serious legal and financial issues hanging in the balance. Being named as an executor means your deceased loved one selected you to be legally in charge of handling their estate and fulfilling their final …

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Engaged? Congratulations! Between the dress shopping and cake tasting, don’t forget to add “call our lawyer about estate planning” to your long list of wedding “To-do’s.”   While preparing a will and thinking about future emergencies is not as fun as choosing floral arrangements, it is a smart way to say, “I Do” to a …

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