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Dying Without a Will - North Carolina Intestate Succession

Published August 27, 2020 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Dying Without a Will — NC Intestate Chart

It is a mistake to put off preparing a will in North Carolina. Dying without a will causes your surviving family members unnecessary legal headaches and may result in your money and property going to people who you would not…

Attorney Andrew Cobin Discusses Wills and Estate Planning on WPTF

Published August 5, 2020 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Attorney Andrew Cobin Interviewed on WPTF

Attorney Andrew J. Cobin, a partner at Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC, recently appeared on a segment of WPTF’s Triangle Afternoon News program to answer questions about wills and estate planning with radio hosts Rick and Donna Martinez. He discussed…

Family Fighting Over Inheritance: Handling Family Friction

Published July 17, 2020 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
How to Handle Estate Planning Amid Family Friction

Often the biggest obstacle to estate planning revolves around family dynamics. How parents, children, siblings and others interact with one another can guide or derail a plan for efficiently transferring assets from one generation to the next. The start of the…

Who Is The Beneficiary Of Your Digital Assets When You Die?

Published September 9, 2019 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Who Takes Control of Your Digital Assets When You Die?

As you consider what you will pass on to your heirs and other beneficiaries, do not overlook your digital assets. If your virtual property – anything from digital music you’ve bought to website content, Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies – has…

Estate Planning Documents: Where Can I Safely Store Them?

Published September 6, 2019 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Where to Safely Store Your Estate Planning Documents

Your estate planning documents — wills, health-care directives, powers of attorney, trusts — are essential records that explain your end-of-life wishes and desires. Therefore, these documents must be kept in a safe location until they are needed. They are only valuable…

Brady Cobin Hosts Retirement Planning Event in Raleigh

Published August 27, 2019 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

Brady Cobin Law Group recently hosted a “What Does Retirement Look Like For You?” event in Raleigh, NC. Estate planning lawyer Andrew Cobin organized the Brady Cobin retirement event, which was held on August 14th. He welcomed guests to a…

Estate Planning Needs Assessment Tool on Website

Published May 31, 2019 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

The estate planning attorneys at Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC offer an easy-to-use online calculator to assess your estate planning needs. Estate planning is about planning for the orderly distribution of your assets while minimizing estate and income taxes. Having…

Estate Planning Opportunities for Same-Sex Couples

Published May 30, 2019 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Same-Sex Couples Need Estate Planning, Too

Since same-sex marriage became legal throughout the United States in 2015 with the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodge, many same-sex couples have realized that they can benefit from estate planning. Making decisions about the disposition of your accumulated…

Updating Your Estate Plan Annually

Published May 6, 2019 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC
Update Your Estate Plan Annually

As your life changes, so should your estate plan. At Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC, we advise family planning clients to revisit their estate plan every year to ensure that life has not passed it by. Whether you have experienced…

Unmarried Couples and Estate Planning: Does It Make Sense?

Published October 18, 2018 by Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC

Sometimes we are asked whether a couple that lives together — an unmarried couple — needs estate planning. Our answer is an emphatic “Yes.” There are protections married couples have that unmarried couples do not, which makes estate planning more…

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