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What Is Elder Law?

When performing long-term estate planning, there are numerous key issues that must be considered. One of these issues is elder law. As the population ages, the associated costs of healthcare and related issues can rise tremendously. These costs can cripple a retirement portfolio that has not taken them into account and can effectively ruin someone’s […]

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Special Needs Planning

When planning a long-term financial future, sometimes it is necessary to consider special needs as part of that planning. Perhaps a loved one is disabled and currently receives some government assistance. In such a case, it is very important to plan in such a way that their assistance will not be disqualified. Planning for special […]

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Wills And Trusts

In the modern financial world, people are becoming increasingly concerned with protecting their assets. This makes a great deal of sense, given the potential for rising taxes and other issues that may draw down portfolio savings over a period of years. One of the best ways to make sure your assets are passed down to […]

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Why Estate Planning is Important Regardless of Your Age or Wealth

At Daly Mills Estate Planning, our Mooresville attorneys know that talking about what happens to your assets, minor children, or other important accomplishments after you pass away is never a popular conversation to have. Unfortunately, younger adults and those who do not believe their assets are significant enough to require an estate plan often continuously delay […]

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Guardianship

When it comes to long-term financial planning, the subject of guardianship is something that must be considered. Consider, for a moment, what could happen if you suddenly became ill with dementia or Alzheimers and could no longer make responsible, rational decisions regarding your savings and portfolio. If you began to give away the farm, so […]

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What to Do Before Meeting With a North Carolina Estate Planning Attorney

Our Daly Mills Estate Planning attorneys in Mooresville know that it may seem like a daunting task to start getting your affairs in order. Whether a person lacks the time to commit to estate planning, or fears talking about end-of-life decisions, most estimates list that anywhere from 50–60% of Americans do not have a will, let […]

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Estate Administration And Probate

One of the major possible issues that can arise upon someone’s passing is the issue of inheritance. Once someone has passed away, the courts and those left have nothing to rely on except the written instructions from the deceased. Good, clear instructions can make the process simple and easy. Poorly written or unclear instructions can, […]

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What is the Difference Between Estate Planning and Elder Law in North Carolina?

At Daly Mills Estate Planning, our Mooresville attorneys are dedicated to helping our fellow North Carolina residents understand how important it is to protect their futures. Those futures include a lifetime of plans and ensuring their wishes are respected after they are gone. That is the simple difference between the equally vital elder law and estate planning functions. In […]

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Medicaid and Long-Term Planning

When planning for your financial future or retirement, numerous issues must be considered. At the top of the list is Medicaid. Your health care and its associated costs are going to be a major factor in your long-term planning and should be thoroughly considered sooner rather than later. As the cost of health care continues […]

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The Importance of Estate Planning for Second Marriages

Our Mooresville attorneys at Daly Mills Estate Planning help our fellow North Carolina residents protect their finances during each stage of their lives. At times that means pivoting their long-term goals to include a subsequent marriage. This becomes increasingly important when one or both spouses have children from a previous marriage. Whether our clients are focused on […]

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