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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If you are a North Carolina resident, now is a great time to review your estate planning decisions as a new North Carolina Power of Attorney law goes into effect on January 1, 2018. The revisions to the law will align North Carolina’s laws with power of attorney legislation in other states so that there …

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Do you have a loved one who is not capable of handling his or her own personal, medical, or financial affairs?  Whether it is an aging parent or grandparent struggling with dementia, or an adult child suffering from a disability, it may be necessary to establish adult guardianship to ensure that your loved one’s affairs …

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