Did you know the requirements for a valid will vary from state to state?
Did you know that in North Carolina, if you are unmarried, have a child, and have at least one living parent, your estate will pass to your parent(s) (and not your child) if you die without a valid will?
Attorney Downs offers an inexpensive and pain-free process to complete your will. She consults with you individually to make sure you have the proper personal advice. Attorney Downs then drafts your will for your review, and after things are just right, conducts a signing ceremony and personally notarizes each document.
Fee for a will ranges from $500 to $900, depending on the complexity of your individual needs. Email Inquiry@TheDownsLawOffice.com or use the contact form below for more information.
A Living Will, or an Advance Directive, can be an important part of having an end-of-life plan.
The purpose of a living will is to limit the extent of certain life-prolonging measures if you suffer from an incurable or irreversible medical condition. A living will (or lack thereof) can have a big impact on your estate and loved ones. To be legally binding in North Carolina, living wills require the same "disinterested witness" signatures as wills do, so it is a good idea to complete both at the same time.
If drafted and signed in conjunction with a will, Attorney Downs charges just an additional $50 for an advance directive. (If drafted separately, the fee for a living will is $195.)
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Email Inquiry@TheDownsLawOffice.com or use the contact form below for more information.
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