Nomination of Guardian
If a loved one suddenly becomes incapacitated without a power of attorney, who makes decisions on their behalf? You can petition the court to become the legal guardian of a minor child or incapacitated adult if the person did not name an agent under power of attorney (or in the case of a child, did…Read More
Who Will Make Medical Decisions for You if You Can’t?
A Health Care Power of Attorney and an Advance Directive for a Natural Death, also known as a living will, are written documents that ensure that an agent can make health care decisions on your behalf, even if you are incapacitated or otherwise unable to communicate for yourself. This combination of these legal documents and…Read More
Secure Your Loved One’s Future With Long Term Care Crisis Planning
When we hear the word “crisis,” we think of disasters or calamities of epic proportions. That is where many Americans find themselves when they try to stay afloat financially while dealing with the high costs of a family member needing long-term care. Many people who become disabled simply do not have the resources to pay…Read More
What are the Alternatives to Guardianship?
If you are considering the possibility of pursuing guardianship for a loved one, there are a few alternatives that can be considered first before taking such drastic measures. Although circumstances are never the same, some of these alternatives can still prove beneficial even if it is just to allow the future guardian to become more…Read More
What You Need to Know About Medicaid Crisis Planning
Long-term care and assisted living can strain the finances of many Americans. Injuries and illnesses often catch us off guard, requiring extensive care and ongoing treatment. It can be hard to know where to turn first with medical bills accumulating. Fortunately, some individuals may be eligible for Medicaid benefits, which can help pay for long-term…Read More
Join Us for the Just for Seniors Free Seminar!
Join Attorney Gretchen Cleevely and Realtor Todd Harrison at this FREE seminar. Protect Your Assets Sell Your Home Make It All Easy When: Wednesday, June 15th at 10:00 am – 11:15 am Where: Glen Lake One (Office Building) Spark Conference Room (4th Floor) 4140 Parklake Ave, Raleigh, NC 27612 To RSVP, call 919-384-6104 or email us today.Read More
COVID-19 Reminds Us of Importance of Estate Planning
It’s fair to say that we are living in a new age of uncertainty with the COVID-19 pandemic. Concerns over the pandemic have “led to a skyrocketing demand for wills, even among those who aren’t senior citizens,” according to an ABC News report. No one wants to be ill or face the prospect of a…Read More
Concerned About Coronavirus? You Don’t Need to Leave the House to Meet with Our Lawyers.
Now more than ever, families are concerned about getting their affairs in order. Brady Cobin Law group is doing our part by extending a discount for our front-line workers. We offer secure video Conferencing and drive-thru signings to keep you safe. Give us a call and schedule your consultation today. We all have a duty to keep ourselves, our families, our neighbors, and…Read More
Brady Cobin Law Group Offers New Probate Timeline Tool
Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC has created an online tool to help you understand some of the filing requirements and deadlines for probating an estate in North Carolina. The will of a loved one may be read after his or her funeral. But the heirs do not receive their inheritance or gifts until the estate…Read More
Brady Cobin Law Group Announces 2019 Scholarship Essay Contest Winners
The Brady Cobin Law Group, PLLC is pleased to announce the winners of its 2019 scholarship essay contest. The winners will receive a total of $4,500 in prizes to help with their education expenses. When it comes to the future, it is essential to have a carefully thought out plan and trusted guidance, whether you…Read More