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Is a Trust Right for You?

April 29th, 2020 (No Comments)

            Trusts are amazing tools that most people don’t really understand. That’s okay. There’s not a lot of info out there that explain them in terms that make sense. So, before you can determine whether a trust is right for you, let’s look at what a trust is. The Trust             I always find it […]

Elder Law Report . Digital Edition . 2020

April 28th, 2020 (No Comments)

📖 READ IT NOW! ✅ The ELDER LAW REPORT . DIGITAL EDITION . 2020 Magazine is out!!! I have created a DIGITAL version of our MAGAZINE just for you. Go to We spent the last few months writing and editing this magazine just for you. The Elder Law Report Magazine is packed with great updates on the […]

What in the World is a Ladybird Deed?

April 24th, 2020 (No Comments)

IF YOU’RE FAMILIAR WITH THE LADYBIRD DEED BUT WANT MORE INFO, SKIP DOWN TO THE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS SECTION.             “I don’t want my home to get taken.” That’s a phrase I, as an elder law attorney, hear every day. Understandably, most of my clients are concerned about what may happen to their home if […]

Save Your Money & Property

April 24th, 2020 (No Comments)

Elder Law Attorneys, Greg and Brenton, lay out how you can get your affairs in order and save your hard earned money and property.

LIVE Estate Planning Seminar

April 23rd, 2020 (No Comments)

ARE YOU READY? ARE YOUR AFFAIRS IN ORDER? Find out in this LIVE Estate Planning Seminar where Greg, Brenton and Hayden discuss all your FOUNDATIONAL DOCS that you need as well as Trusts and Lady Bird Deeds. Great FREE CONSULT offer within this seminar. Take advantage by calling: 704-749-9244 or online at

What is Your Thousand Year Goal?

April 21st, 2020 (No Comments)

“Carpe diem.” The phrase made famous by the Roman poet Horus has been uttered as advice for centuries. We have long been told to seize the day and give little thought to the future. This is great motivational advice, but a meaningful life needs something more than motivation. It needs purpose. That’s all well and […]

RIGHTS TALK! How does the shutdown effect your rights and your estate?

April 16th, 2020 (No Comments)

Americans have fought for our rights for centuries. Now they are suspended. How could this shutdown affect your estate and your rights? Brenton and Greg discuss.

Should NC Lift the Stay at Home Order?

April 15th, 2020 (No Comments)

            “You should seek balance in all things”. Someone important probably said that. Regardless of who did say it or what context they meant it, it’s a pretty good maxim. An extreme reaction tends to have extreme consequences. And, even if an extreme reaction is warranted, the it should be axiomatic that questioning an extreme […]

Question? Can we reopen the State of NC in a thoughtful way?

April 15th, 2020 (No Comments)

SPECIAL Elder Law Report. Health Update from DeShay Oliver, the Interim Healthcare Director of Cleveland County, NC and then Greg, Brenton and Hayden talk about the Question: Can we reopen our society in a thoughtful way?

Virtual Is Now A Reality

April 14th, 2020 (No Comments)

What if planning was easy? What if you could craft a plan to protect your family, yourself, and your assets from the comfort of your own home? Would you want a comprehensive guide, advice, and access to legal documents on demand? These are the questions that we are asking our clients…and we think we know […]

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