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Estate Planning is an important consideration for everyone to make during their lifetime. Every individual, from older individuals to young adults and everyone in between, should have a baseline of estate planning documents to ensure that their loved ones are not left with a mess that adds unnecessary financial stress and heartache at their passing. This baseline of documents includes a will, a financial power of attorney, a health care power of attorney, an advance directive, and a HIPAA release form. Neglecting to document your wishes could leave the disposition of your assets to North Carolina law, which in many cases will not achieve an individual’s goals as it pertains to the disposition of their assets. The compassionate and knowledgeable lawyers at Hannah Sheridan & Cochran, LLP are here to ensure a smooth transition of your assets and handling of your affairs that aligns with your wishes by correctly documenting your wishes regarding the handling of your affairs in the event of your incapacity and the disposition of your hard-earned assets upon your passing.

Our Estate Planning Services

HSC attorneys provide a comprehensive estate plan for each client. A comprehensive estate plan consists of many documents that detail an individual’s wishes as it pertains to planning for incapacity or death, including but not limited to wills, financial powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, advanced directives, HIPAA release forms authorizing access to your medical information, as well as trusts. These documents are most effective when they are uniquely tailored to client’s individual needs and goals.

Our attorneys assist clients in determining the relevant information necessary to make the important decisions related to creating a unique and comprehensive estate plan, advise client’s regarding all options available to client’s to achieve their goals, and create a uniquely tailored and comprehensive estate plan that gives each client the confidence that their affairs will be handled according to their wishes.

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