Estate Planning through Marriage and Divorce
for Traditional and LGBT Families
We understand the peace of mind that comes with knowing every will and estate planning document has been drawn by an experienced attorney who has taken the time to listen and understand each client’s particular needs. While North Carolina law does recognize handwritten or form wills and estate planning documents, there are many technical rules that could prevent those documents from effectively carrying out your wishes. Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience carefully crafting the documents you need to ensure that you and your family will be protected, even after you are unable to provide that protection yourself.
For members of the LGBT community it is essential that wills and other estate planning documents be drawn by an experienced attorney so that other family members who may not be supportive cannot undo your wishes after your death.
NicholsonPham can help you make sure your wishes after your death are followed. The attorneys at NicholsonPham provide simple will drafting, powers of attorney and advance directives (living wills). NicholsonPham can also draft trusts, such as revocable trusts and special needs trusts, to make sure that assets and family members are protected.