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Amy Shue Isaacs

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Bio

Amy Shue Isaacs offers years of experience and calm, compassionate representation for clients wrestling with trust, estate planning, and administration concerns. A Charlotte native, Amy has lived in this area her entire life, currently residing in Mooresville, NC. Amy's practice goal is to help clients prepare for the future through wills, trusts, and related documents. She provides guidance on probate and estate administration following the death of a loved one and is proud to be able to offer legal insight for clients during these difficult places in their lives. Amy is married with one child, enjoys spending time outside with her son, and loves running.

Areas of Practice:

  • Probate, Estate and Trust Administration
  • Guardianship
  • Wills and Trusts
  • Powers of Attorney

Bar Admissions:

  • North Carolina 
  • U.S. District Court of North Carolina

Professional Associations:

  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Mecklenburg County Bar Association

Contact a Lake Norman estate and trust lawyer Amy Shue Isaacs or another member of the McIntosh Law Firm team at (704) 892-1612.

Education
  • Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University, J.D. Graduate School
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte, B.A. College
Community Involvement

  • Hospice & Palliative Care of Lake Norman (Pro Bono Services)
  • Serenity House (Board Member and Davidson House Strategic Chair)
  • Ramah Presbyterian Church
  • Lions Club
  • Lake Norman YMCA Board of Managers
Articles
  • How Do I Avoid Probate Estate planning clients often ask, “How Do I Avoid Probate?” Their true question is, “How can I make this process easier for my loved ones?” 2021 Visit Publication
  • Beneficiary Designations: How to Make Your Ex-Spouse Really Rich and Other Tales of Horror and Woe! Yes, you read it right. My guess is you may have wishes to the contrary, so read on, lest you unwittingly create a situation that is likely to be 100% “unfixable.” 2017 Visit Publication
  • Tis the Season … What Is Your New Year’s Resolution? Making a Will is one of the most important items you will ever attend to in your life. It is literally the last word you leave this world. 2017 Visit Publication

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