Thirteen Estate Planning Terms You Need to Know Estate planning—it is an incredibly important tool, not just for the uber wealthy or those thinking
Restoration of Competency in Southeastern North Carolina
After a person has been deemed “legally incompetent”, a common question is whether they may ever regain competency. Luckily, we have significant
Estate Planning Awareness Week 2019
Last week was “Estate Planning Awareness Week 2019” – it’s a perfect reminder to check in on the status of your estate plan. There’s a lot to
We Just Had Our First Child, Do We Need an Estate Plan?
Estate Planning for Young Families Along with the joy of welcoming a new life, new routines, and total sleep deprivation, children also bring with
What is Leadership Brunswick County?
As a recent graduate of the Leadership Brunswick County program, I feel a responsibility to recruit leaders in our community to enroll in this
I’m Young and Single, Do I Need an Estate Plan?
I don’t Need a Will – I Have Student Loans Instead! 78 percent of millennials (ages 18-36) and 64 percent of Generation Xers (ages 37-52) do not have
Not So Secret Agent?
Not So Secret Agent? Whenever I hear the word “Agent”, my mind automatically goes to movies where James Bond is skiing down a slope being chased by