Estate Planning for the Single Person

If you are a single person – young or old – estate planning is still critical to the maintenance, preservation, and proper distribution of your estate. 

Do you want to provide for your elderly parents?  What about siblings or nieces and nephews?  Are you charitably motivated?  What if you became incapacitated?  Who would make your health care decisions or deal with you finances?  The answers to all of these questions impact your estate planning, and require the insight and understanding of an attorney experienced in this area – and the law firm of Deal Law Group, PLLC stands ready to assist.  Call 336-584-4448 or click here to schedule an appointment

Questions about Wills?  Click here!

Click here if you have questions about Powers of Attorney.  Click here if it's questions about Health Care Powers of Attorney.

Click here for a more in-depth examination of how estate planning can positively impact the single person.

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Unsure what type of planning you need?  Find the link below that best describes your situation.

Single
Just Married
Married with Children
Retired
Medicaid Planning 
Facing Illness (you or your spouse)