Fayetteville Wills & Trusts Lawyers | Parker & Frey PLLC
Planning your estate is an important step to take in protecting your assets no matter what stage of life you are at. Estate planning is key to making sure your financial goals are met after you have passed. A big part of planning for the future is creating wills and trusts.
At Parker & Frey PLLC, we are compassionate and knowledgeable North Carolina will and trust attorneys. When you come to us, you can rest assured knowing you will be working with a team that cares about you and your future. We will take the time to listen to your financial goals and craft wills and trusts that match those needs. Well-versed in matters of elder law, we have been helping families deal with these complex and emotional issues since 1986.
Helping You Create A Will You Are Happy With
Before you pass away, you will want to have a will. The purpose of a will is to designate exactly what you want done with your money, property and other assets after you pass. Our lawyers will help you draft a will that:
- Lets your family know how much you love them
- Designates who gets what of your assets
- Gives another person guardianship of you or minor children
- Appoints an executor to perform your wishes
We will go over each section of your will with you to make sure your wishes are met. We can also help you draft a living will, revise a will or deal with will updates.
Drafting A Trust
When creating an estate plan, many people draft a trust as well as a will. The role of a trust is to help manage the transfer of one person’s assets or benefits to another person. A trust can be set up while a person is alive to help streamline where assets go. The truster sets up exactly what the beneficiary will receive, and this can continue after death.
Will and trusts are not essential, but it does make the process much simpler. If you do not have an estate plan, your family could be stuck in court after you pass working out the details of your estate.
Need Help Planning Your Estate? Contact Parker & Frey, PLLC.
We want to help ensure your family is taken care of. To set up a free, no-risk obligation, you can call our law firm at or send an email to one of our Fayetteville or Dunn attorneys.