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Davidson and Davie Counties Estate Planning, Wills and Probate Lawyers

At Barnes, Grimes, Bunce & Fraley, PLLC, our goals in estate planning, wills and probate is to ensure your exact wishes are carried out and protect your family against any unnecessary legal complications. After all, you hire an attorney to prevent surprises and gain confidence that everything will go according to plan upon your demise. Our firm strives to provide each client with the peace of mind that comes from proper estate planning.

A properly drawn-up and executed will ensures that a surviving spouse and children receive all the property to which they are entitled and can also carry out any special requests. We have extensive experience drafting clear and concise wills for people in all types of financial circumstances.

Dedicated Estate Planning, Wills, and Probate Attorneys

When you see our lawyers about drafting a will or creating a comprehensive estate plan, we generally recommend that you execute the following additional documents:

  • A power of attorney: This designation allows you to name someone to make financial decisions on your behalf in the event of your incapacity.
  • A living will: This document provides directives as to what type of medical treatment you want administered by health care professionals in certain scenarios. For example, a living will can outline when you would want life support machines turned off during a sickness with no possibility of recovery.
  • A health care power of attorney: This designation allows you to name someone to make health care decisions on your behalf in the event of your incapacity.

We routinely produce this package of documents all at once so our clients can acquire peace of mind as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible.

The Probate Process Can Be Difficult Without an Attorney

When someone in your family passes away, you may have questions or concerns about your legal rights. Our experienced lawyers can step in to advise you on proper asset distribution, payment of any bills, claims or debts, and all the other steps in the probate process.

As in all our other practice areas, you may rely upon us for honest and knowledgeable estate planning, will and probate representation. Please contact us today.

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fax: 336-249-9129

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20 South Main Street
Lexington, NC 27292

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Lexington, NC 27293