Estate Planning & Probate

Protecting Your Rights And Future In The Complex Areas Of Probate And Estate Planning

Whether you are looking to establish an estate plan or deal with the estate of a loved one who has recently passed away, it is in your best interests to seek assistance from a knowledgeable lawyer. While estate planning and probate matters may seem overwhelming, an experienced attorney can make things easier, helping you understand your options and potential outcomes.

At Curcio Anderson Law, our clients come first. We understand the emotions that accompany probate and estate planning matters and are sensitive to our clients’ needs. From our office location in Matthews, we serve clients in Charlotte and throughout the surrounding communities. We use our over 25 years of combined experience, as well as our strong litigation skills, to provide the information and support you need. Contact us today to discuss your estate planning options.

Our Probate Services

It can be difficult after a loved one has passed away. There are many family issues to address, as well as the estate of the decedent (the person who passed away). Our firm understands the probate laws in North Carolina and how to administer an estate after the death of the decedent. We can help you understand how a valid will determines how the estate is distributed or how assets are distributed according to North Carolina law if there is no will.

Additionally, our firm can handle any litigation that may stem from the estate administration and probate process. This can include situations where there is a will contest, with an individual arguing over how the estate is to be distributed and who has been named beneficiaries or heirs.

Structuring An Estate Plan

Planning for the future is an important step that everyone, regardless of age or financial status, should take. By creating a will, designating a power of attorney and utilizing other estate planning tools, we can protect your assets and legacy.

In your will, you can set out your wishes for not only how your estate is to be handled but also who can make decisions on your behalf in the event that you should become incapacitated or unable to communicate. By having a will, you may be able to prevent some of the confusion that could occur during the probate process if you did not have a will.

Get Started With Us Now

You have an ally in the probate and estate planning processes. We are here to help make things easier for you. To get more information on the representation we provide, call our firm at 704-755-4028 or contact us online. Your initial consultation with us is free.