Trusted Estate Planning Attorneys in
North Carolina

At McIntyre Elder Law, we know that planning for the future can be intimidating. 

Our mission is to shape a plan that protects what you’ve cultivated throughout your life – ensuring the well-being of your family and the safety of your financial legacy.

Charlotte Estate Planning Attorney

End-of-life planning can be scary. This is why nearly 60% of Americans don’t have a will or trust.

An effective estate plan does more than just detailing the management of your assets after your departure.

It helps keep your family out of court. It shields your kids’ and grandkids’ inheritance from divorce, lawsuits, and creditors. It also safeguards your nest egg against the high costs of long-term care.

In essence, an estate plan gifts your family with peace of mind. It ensures your hard work benefits your family, providing security for you and them, now and in the future.

The Elder Law Handbook

Our free handbook outlines the 10 rules that will help you protect your assets and preserve your legacy.

When should I create or update my estate plan?

Often, after major life events, you need to create, review, or update your will, trust, and other important estate planning documents.

These include changes like:

Marriage or divorce

Birth or adoption of children

Death of spouse or child

Significant change in assets

Moving to a new state

Your plan is over 10 years old

Life’s unpredictable changes don’t need to disrupt your family’s future. 

At McIntyre Elder Law, we invite you to schedule a complimentary review, empowering you to stay ahead of these shifts and ensuring your estate plan is robust, up-to-date, and aligned with your goals. 

After all, safeguarding your family’s future isn’t just our job—it’s our passion.

We have a lot of Estate Planning tools in our toolbox.

Here are a few things we may use when creating your estate plan:

Have you taken the right steps to secure your future?

At McIntyre Elder Law, we call Estate Planning, Pre-Planning. Why? 

Because our focus is on devising the best strategies to safeguard your lifetime of savings, your retirement nest egg, your home, and other valuable assets.

Consider this: Over 70% of seniors over the age of 65 will need some form of long-term care. These aren’t just statistics, these are your odds, and they underline the importance of planning today while you’re healthy.

Are you prepared for the cost of this care?
Can your savings and retirement withstand such expenses?
What about your home? Could it be sold or lost due to a Medicaid Lien?

It’s time to think ahead and secure your legacy.

Call us at (888) 999-6600 or click here to start with a free consultation today.

What types of Trusts are used in North Carolina?

Are you curious about the difference between Revocable Living Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, and Convertible Trusts?

Check our our quick video where Greg McIntyre creatively explains the concept of trusts using a simple coffee thermos. 

Does Estate Planning seem stressful?

Let’s change that.

When thinking about Estate Planning, you’re essentially contemplating a time when you or a beloved family member may not be able to make decisions.

The reasons could range from advancing age to an unexpected illness or accident, or even death. We get it – it’s a challenging thing to ponder.

But guess what? It’s crucial to face potential future scenarios today to fend off stress and anxiety down the line.

At McIntyre Elder Law, our approach to Estate Planning includes getting to know you, understanding your current situation, identifying your future aspirations, and devising a solid plan that brings long-lasting peace of mind.

Ready to begin your journey? Call us at (888) 999-6600 or click here to schedule a complimentary consultation today.

At McIntyre Elder Law, we help families, seniors, and their loved ones establish a plan that preserves their legacy.

Call us at (888) 999-6600 to schedule a free consultation.

Benefits of Estate Planning

There are many advantages to going through the estate planning process while you’re of sound mind and body.

Supporting your family

We help set up your plan so your family is cared for when you're not there. This includes arranging who will look after any young children.

Deciding where assets go

An estate plan outlines what will happen to your assets when you die. This helps keep peace in the family.

Minimizing estate taxes

Estate planning can help reduce your tax liability, meaning your loved ones keep more of what you leave behind.

Preparing for health changes

If you can't take care of yourself because of sickness or injury, your estate plan dictates how and where you want to be cared for.

North Carolina's Premier Estate Planning Law Firm

At McIntyre Elder Law, we know life is full of surprises. That’s why we continue to be here for you, even after we’ve finished your estate plan. 

If life takes an unexpected turn, we’re on hand to help you adjust your plan, making sure it still works for you. We’re dedicated to giving you the best possible strategies, today and always.

Contact us now at (888) 999-6600 or click here to get started.

Before you go!

The Elder Law Handbook

Your comprehensive guide to safeguarding your financial well-being and ensuring your legacy stands the test of time. Download the FREE handbook today.

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