Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC provides will preparation and other basic estate planning services. We draft wills, durable power of attorney documents, and health care power of attorney documents. It is very important for you to have such estate planning documents in place regardless of your age. We endeavor to provide you with documents that ensure that your desires are clearly expressed and fulfilled regarding your healthcare and your estate.
Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC, also gives assistance to families in need of help with estate probate matters after the death of a loved one. Losing a dear loved one is not easy, and we are here at Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC to aid you with the job of legally managing and distributing property and assets after such an event.
Further, Farmer & Morris Law, PLLC provides services to individuals who have a close family member or loved one who has lost sufficient mental capacity to make decisions regarding their own needs and is thus in need of a legal guardian. We work with families to ensure that their loved ones are best cared for. We also provide services for those needing a guardian ad litem in the event of an incompetency or legitimation proceeding.
Andrea Farmer and Hannah Davies handle wills, estate planning documents, probate estate matters, and guardianship matters…
Why do I need a will?
In North Carolina, if you do not have a properly executed will, your property and assets will pass by the North Carolina laws of intestacy rather than according to your desires. A properly executed will assures you that your property and assets will pass to the individuals you have designated after your death. Call us today for an appointment so that we can prepare a valid North Carolina will for you and assure you that your property will pass as you want it to upon your death.[/x_accordion_item]
For a legal consultation with a wills and estates lawyer serving Rutherfordton, call 828.286.3866
Do I need a power of attorney or health care power of attorney?
You may need a durable power of attorney, or a statutory health care power of attorney, or both. A general power of attorney designation does not automatically give someone the right to make decisions regarding your health care in the event of your incapacity, and a health care power of attorney does not relate to your financial and legal matters. Make an appointment with us today and we will be glad to discuss with you exactly what documents we need to prepare to meet your legal needs.