Louise Paglen comes to The McIntosh Law Firm with over 20 years of legal experience in both the private and corporate sectors.
She has dedicated her practice to providing legal services to families and small businesses. Her practice areas include Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning and Asset Protection, Guardianship, Probate, and Estate Administration. Louise understands that providing legal services to families often involves planning and advocating for her clients’ most precious assets: parents, children, spouses, siblings, relatives, friends, and pets.
She earned her undergraduate degree summa cum laude from North Carolina State University and graduated with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School Of Law. She completed an online masters degree program in Risk Management and Insurance from Florida State University. She is also certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission as a Mediator for family financial settlement matters in District Court and estate matters in probate court.
“We are excited to have Louise join our team. Her knowledge and experience will allow our Firm to broaden and deepen our offerings to local businesses and individuals in the areas of Elder Law and Medicaid Planning,” said Bob McIntosh, founder and Managing Partner of The McIntosh Law Firm. Her passion for excellence and client service will fit well with our client-focused philosophy.”
Louise is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Elder Law and Estate Planning Sections and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. She is also accredited by the Veterans Administration, a prerequisite for advising veterans and their survivors regarding VA benefits.
The McIntosh Law Firm is a full service law firm. Specific practice areas include business and corporate law, commercial real estate, personal injury and wrongful death, litigation, collections, construction law, community association law, wills, trusts, estate planning, probate, elder law, trust, and estate administration, premarital agreements, and alternative dispute resolution.