With sound estate planning, you can have peace of mind knowing you have provided for your family’s needs and preserved your assets.
At Lassiter & Sperati, PLLC, we have been helping our clients make wise decisions about these matters for more than 100 years. We write wills, create trusts and put in place other documents and legal vehicles that help our clients achieve their goals.
If you are considering an estate plan, call our qualified North Carolina attorneys at 252-557-4582 for guidance.
Tools To Protect Your Family’s Legacy
Our firm provides advice, services and representation in matters involving:
- Financial power of attorney
- Health care power of attorney
- Declaration of death (living will)
- Asset protection strategies
- Medicaid planning and elder law
- Business succession
- Probate administration
- Other estate law matters
For more information and initial consultation, contact our firm.
The Estate Planning Process
At a minimum, each person should have a will, a health care power of attorney and a declaration of death (or living will). You may need other legal vehicles to address specific issues in your life.
An attorney at our firm will sit down with you to understand your financial situation, your family, your values and your longterm goals. Then our attorneys will create the documents and legal vehicles which can achieve your goals. When your family or financial situation changes, we can amend these documents to reflect the new circumstances of your life.
Our firm also has experience in complex estate issues such as business succession, creation of specialized trusts, Medicaid planning to pay for nursing home care and other matters.
Efficient And Cost-Effective Probate Services
Probate does not have to be a complicated, expensive or stressful process. Lassiter & Sperati, PLLC, provides a full range of probate administration services designed to make the process trouble-free and affordable. We can handle all probate tasks for the estate executor or administrator or provide advice or services on an as-needed basis.