Assisting Families with Planning for their Future
At Pierce Law Group, our Durham Estate and Business Planning Lawyers understand the importance of organizing and preparing for the future. When you are ready to prepare and plan for the future, you will want to work with an experienced and knowledgeable estate and business planning lawyer who is willing to commit the time and energy required to understand exactly what you want to accomplish with your plan. We believe that learning our client’s stories, hearing what matters to you, and helping you discover what is actually needed to keep your family and assets out of court is critical to your success.
If you are ready to start planning, please attend one of our upcoming events or schedule a free consultation.
If you are looking for general estate planning information or would simply like to learn more about estate planning issues that may affect you and your loved ones, simply let us know.
Before Hiring an Estate Planning Lawyer Understand The Difference
Traditional estate planning law firms take the “one-size-fits-all” approach when preparing estate paperwork. They specifically choose to sell estate paperwork instead of estate plans. If you are looking for estate paperwork, you should consider LegalZoom for a “one-size-fits-all” legal document. The reality of the situation is that you and your family aren’t like everyone else. And those “one-size-fits-all” approaches often create unintended results and even unintended legal nightmares.
When lawyers fail or refuse to stop, listen, and consider a family’s personal and individualized circumstance, the results can be disastrous. And typically, the kind of lawyer that will let a client sign this type of “one-size-fits-all” paperwork is the same kind of lawyer that would fail to appreciate that families change, grow and experience changes in circumstances that may warrant reviewing or updating an estate plan. So, even though one might pay less for some estate paperwork, its critical to understand that you may be creating a much more expensive problem in the future. Additionally, poor planning may leave you or your family to deal with expensive and unnecessary legal proceedings during their time of grief.