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Estate Planning for Digital Assets – Is it Really Necessary?

Estate Planning for Digital Assets - Is It Really Necessary? (PDF)

New North Carolina Law Radically Changes Minimum Inheritance Rights of Surviving Spouses

Most married couples want to leave the majority, if not all, of their assets, either outright or through a trust, to their spouse.  But situations often come up, particularly in second marriage situations, where a client wants to leave most or all of their assets to children from a prior marriage or other individuals rather than their current spouse.  North Carolina is one of many states where you cannot disinherit your spouse (absent a premarital agreement -- more on that in a minute).  In f ...
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Estate Planning for Digital Assets: A Web of Uncertainty

Estate Planning for Digital Assets: A Web of Uncertainty (PDF)

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