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Wills and Estates

The loss of a loved one is traumatic and unfortunately legal complications often follow. Our firm can assist with preparing wills, powers of attorney, health care power of attorneys, living wills and other documents to help the orderly handling of the estate.

Wills and Powers of Attorney:
Regardless of the age or stage of life, every adult should have a will. If you do not have a will, North Carolina determines where you property goes regardless of what you may want. Our attorneys will help you ensure that your wishes are carried out regarding distribution of your property. Our services can include codicils or modifications of existing wills, will contests, general and health care power of attorneys, and living wills.

Upon the death of a love one, it is often necessary to probate the estate through the clerk's office. This process requires an appointment with the clerk to qualify the executor of the will or the administrator of the estate, regardless of whether the deceased had a will. Our office is located within walking distance of the courthouse which saves time. We handle all estate filings, accountings and other necessary filings.

We hope to make this difficult process as smooth as possible. Contact the Holton Law Firm to speak with one of our wills and estate attorneys:

: Lynne R. Holton

: Walter C. Holton, Jr.