Make wills & estates a priority for the coming year in Troutman and contact me to get started.
There are many, many people today who do not have their wills & estates properly documented. While it may seem that this task is low priority, in fact, planning ahead may be the best thing you can do to ensure that your loved ones, children, and your property are cared for as you wish them to be in Troutman, North Carolina. Whether you are 30 years old and just beginning your career or you are 65 and have never had your estate documents drafted, you should make wills & estates a priority.
By having a knowledgeable and experienced attorney assist you with your wills & estates, not only do your requests become officially documented, but your family will also have guidelines and know which steps to take should the occasion ever arise where your will, powers of attorney and other end-of-life planning must be heeded. Wills & estates are more than simply saying where you would like your property to go. They also set forth your preferred powers of attorney, allow you to form trusts to designate your estate’s beneficiaries, and provide health care directives stating your wishes should you become incapacitated.
Wills & estates are perhaps some of the most important documents you can have created for yourself and your loved ones. If you have never had this done, or if you need to make updates to your current wills & estates, allow me, W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, to assist you. I have years of experience guiding my clients through their unique situations and will be happy to answer your questions and provide the documents you need.
At the office of W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, we can help with preparing wills & estates for residents of Statesville, Troutman, Taylorsville, Mocksville, Mooresville, Hickory, Iredell County, Alexander County, and Davie County, North Carolina.