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How Do I Select An Executor If I Do Not Have Children?

Our Daly Mills Estate Planning attorneys in Mooresville help our fellow North Carolina residents make informed decisions about their futures, so they can plan with confidence. That includes assisting our clients in weighing their options for choosing an Executor of their estate when they do not have children or close relatives that would make a more obvious choice. […]

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What are Some Alternatives to Nursing Home Care in North Carolina?

At Daly Mills Estate Planning, our Mooresville long-term care planning attorneys know that nearly 70% of U.S. adults who reach age 65 will eventually need long-term care, but that fewer than 20% of Americans plan for it. The reality is, there are several scenarios where seniors may need assistance as they grow older, but not all will […]

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Talking to Your Children About End-of-Life Care

Our Mooresville attorneys at Daly Mills Estate Planning understand how difficult it is to have end-of-life conversations with anyone, especially your adult children. If that is true for you, you are not alone. According to a 2021 study published in the Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 90% of people think it is […]

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Creating A Long-Term Care Plan After a Dementia Diagnosis

At Daly Mills Estate Planning, our Mooresville estate planning attorneys fully understand that no matter your age, it is only reasonable to expect your health to decline naturally. No one foresees being diagnosed with a serious illness, let alone something as serious and debilitating as dementia, as its progression is often difficult to calculate and follow. That […]

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How Early Should You Start Estate Planning?

At Daly Mills Estate Planning, our Mooresville estate planning attorneys provide our fellow North Carolinians with customized legal strategies that are designed to effectively protect our clients and their futures. For many individuals and families, estate planning is something that is often delayed, for fear of having uncomfortable conversations with their loved ones about end-of-life decisions. The reality […]

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