LexisNexis Practice Guide: North Carolina Estate Planning
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LexisNexis Practice Guide: North Carolina Estate Planning is a practice-oriented resource designed to assist attorneys in guiding their clients through the estate planning process. The author is an expert estate planner in the state of North Carolina. This practice guide provides concise discussions of North Carolina estate planning principles, complete with in-depth analysis of the fundamentals of estate planning; preparing for the client meeting; trusts; wills; and power of attorney.
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Table of Contents
1 Client Intake
2 Last Will and Testament
3 Power of Attorney
4 Right to a Natural Death—Living Will
5 Health Care Power of Attorney
6 Estate Tax in North Carolina
7 Federal Estate Tax
8 Revocable Trusts
9 The Probate Process