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Wills & Trusts

Comprehensive Estate Planning in Lake Norman, NC

Trusted Wills and Trusts Guidance for Huntersville, Cornelius & Beyond

Being prepared for the future means creating a plan for your family prior to your (or a loved one's) death or incapacitation. At The McIntosh Law Firm, our wills and trusts attorneys can help ensure your wishes are carried out in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Regardless of net worth or wealth, each individual should have a valid will. Our experienced estate planning team is here to ensure you get the legal assistance you deserve when creating one.

There are members of our firm who have represented Fortune 500 companies, and we have routinely been listed as a Best Lawyers® Best Law Firm, meaning you can count on us to live up to very high standards. We also take a community-driven approach to all areas of the law, offering the resources and skills you would expect to receive from a larger law firm, yet we are right here in your backyard offering services from friendly, local professionals.

During these uncertain times, being prepared is always a good thing. For the sake of yourself and your loved ones, give us a call today.

Estate Planning Essentials: Wills and Trusts Explained

  • Will: is a legal document that dictates which individuals and entities will receive property from a person, known as the “testator” or “principal,” upon the occasion of their death.
  • Trust: is a legal agreement that can be used to distribute a principal’s property leading up to or after their death or incapacitation.

The individual who carries out the principal’s will is known as the “executor,” while the individual who carries out a person’s trust is known as the “trustee.” Those who receive the principal’s property are known as “beneficiaries.”

Why Work With an Attorney Who Specializes in Wills and Trusts?

Creating wills and trusts are both part of the larger estate planning process, which can be quite complicated and time-consuming. This is why it is extremely important to hire an experienced wills and trusts lawyer before beginning this process.

Contact The McIntosh Law Firm for wills and trusts matters including:

  • Last will and testament
  • Durable Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Power of Attorney
  • Advanced directive for a natural death
  • Trust management (including testamentary, living wills, and special needs)

Failure to prepare adequately can have devastating results for your loved ones and those who may depend on you for support. Fortunately, for most clients, putting the proper plan in place is painless with our wills and trusts attorneys.

At The McIntosh Law Firm, we will provide you with individualized service to meet all your estate planning needs. We help manage wills and trusts, thus offering you the peace of mind that comes with attending to these important matters.

Ready to Secure Your Legacy? Contact The McIntosh Law Firm at (704) 892-1612 for Expert Wills and Trusts Services in Lake Norman.

Contact The McIntosh Law Firm Before You Draft a Will

At The McIntosh Firm, we understand that the estate planning process can be emotional. When it comes to dealing with wills and trusts, our attorneys promise to provide you with the caring and compassionate counsel necessary to help you and your entire family feel at peace. We have over 40 years of collective experience and have served the Lake Norman community and surrounding areas for more than 20 years. Call today to request a consultation.

Turn to our attorneys for last wills and testaments, trusts, and probate services in Lake Norman. Call (704) 892-1612 to request an appointment, or click here to send us a message online.

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