Wills & Trusts Lawyers Located in Wilson, NC

Estates, Wills and Powers of Attorney

At Thomas Law, we assist clients with a range of estate issues, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, probate and estate administration, and general advice regarding senior law. Whether you are planning for the future or dealing with a deceased loved one's estate, we are here to help.

Planning for the Future

Everyone should have a will. A will is your opportunity to make your wishes known regarding how you want your property distributed upon your death as well as name a guardian who would care for any minor children. It is a legal document that preserves your belongings for your loved ones and helps prevent conflict among surviving family members.

Our Wilson, North Carolina, wills and trusts attorneys can help you draft an effective will and consider any other documents that may be useful, such as a:

  • Trust — This document can be created to achieve certain financial goals such as protecting your assets, caring for a disabled individual, paying for a college education and more.
  • Health care power of attorney — This document grants a trusted person permission to make decisions about your health care and medical treatment if you are not able to do so.
  • Durable power of attorney — This allows someone to make financial decisions in the event you cannot do so.
  • Living will — This lets you to communicate your wish for a natural death if you are in a terminal or permanent vegetative state.

We will take the time to sit down with you and understand your particular situation. After we learn what is most important to you, we will create a plan designed to help you reach your objectives.

Estate Administration

When a loved one dies, there are important procedures that must be followed before an inheritance can be passed to the heirs. While you and your family concentrates on grieving, our lawyers can handle the practical aspects of probate and estate administration. From helping the personal representative gather assets or pay debts to distributing inheritance to heirs and conducting a final accounting, we will manage all aspects of the process.

We work closely with families, guiding them through the legal necessities and working to avoid disputes in a timely manner.

Contact us for estate planning assistance in North Carolina

To schedule an appointment with our firm, call 252-243-3000 or 1-800-418-1449, or contact our firm online. Our office is in downtown Wilson, next door to the Edna Boykin Cultural Center. Our regular hours are 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday.

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