Wills Trusts And Estates
At Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., we understand that you have worked your entire life to provide for your family’s future. With decades of experience in handling estate matters, our firm offers a wide range of sophisticated planning services.
We can assess your family and financial situations, including any tax issues, to tailor an estate plan that meets your specific needs. Proper planning will ensure that your assets are passed to your loved ones in an expedient and efficient manner, while minimizing the trouble, expense and tax burden. Call our offices in Goldsboro at 919-585-4114 to discuss your unique circumstances.
Creating A Customized Plan To Protect Your Family And Estate
We can help with any of the following estate planning tools:
- Marital trusts
- Credit shelter trusts
- Revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Life insurance trusts
- Qualified personal residence trusts
- Durable powers of attorney
- Living wills and health care powers of attorney
- Family limited partnerships
Have You Been Named As An Executor Or A Trustee? We Can Help.
Estate administration is another one of our areas of practice. Understandably, trustees and executors of wills often feel overwhelmed by their duties. After all, a mistake could prove costly. If you have been named as an executor or a trustee, then we can help reduce the burden on you by explaining all of your duties and helping you fulfill them.
Handling Estate Litigation For Clients Throughout North Carolina
Our customized planning techniques help our clients preserve their assets, make their wishes clear, and prevent confusion and heartache for family members. In the event that a dispute does arise, the estate litigation attorneys of Baddour, Parker, Hine & Hale, P.C., are prepared to take the matter to court.
We have the knowledge, resources and courtroom experience to favorably and efficiently resolve disputes over estate matters, including wills, trusts and family businesses.
Take Action Today
Put our decades of experience to work for you, and call to schedule a convenient meeting with an estate planning and litigation attorney. Or, if you prefer, complete the online form. Let us help you prepare for your future.