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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Not Necessarily. People often assume that if they do not have a will that their assets, or their estate,  will automatically go to their spouse. However, if you die without a will, also known as “dying intestate,” North Carolina laws, rather than you, will determine how your estate is distributed among your surviving relatives. Even …

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