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Wills and Trusts

It is never too early to begin thinking about your estate planning needs. Having a solid plan in place can help provide you with peace of mind and prevent any confusion further down the road. Experienced legal counsel can help ensure that your wishes are carried out according to plan. I am Charlotte will attorney Christi A. Misocky, founder of The Law Office of Christi A. Misocky, P.C., and I can help you craft an estate plan that is tailored to fit your needs.

If you want to know how a will or a trust can benefit your family’s future, speak with me. Contact a North Carolina estate planning lawyer online or call 704-256-9231 to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.

Crafting Planning Documents Designed to Meet Your Needs

There are a variety of different documents that can be used to help you and your family plan for the future. Myself and the legal team at The Law Office of Christi A. Misocky, P.C., can develop a comprehensive estate plan that may include:

Wills: A will is essential to any estate plan. This document can set forth your wishes concerning your assets, and can also name personal guardians for any minor children you may have.

Trusts: These documents can simplify the transfer of assets and help avoid a lengthy and costly probate process.

Power of attorney: If you ever become incapacitated or otherwise unable to handle your affairs, this document allows a trusted individual to make decisions on your behalf. Powers of attorney can be drafted for medical decisions, financial decisions or both.

Living wills/health care directives: This document sets forth your wishes concerning life-saving medical treatments.

Online forms and other “out-of-the-box” documents will rarely address your specific needs. That is why it is important to consult with our professional staff to ensure that your wishes will be carried out to your exact specifications.

Contact a North Carolina Trust Attorney

If you are ready to begin planning for your family’s future, contact a Charlotte will lawyer online or call 704-256-9231 for an initial consultation to discuss your situation.