When and How to Contest a Will

When and how do you contest a Last Will and Testament? The answer is both simple and quite complex. The simple answer is to file what is called a “Caveat” in the estate where the Will is being probated. A Caveat outlines the grounds by which the Will is being contested, typically attacking what makes…

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Why We Might Need Something More Than a Will

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Attorney Andrew J. Cobin, a partner at Brady Cobin Law Group, appeared on WPTF’s Triangle Afternoon News program and discussed questions with radio hosts Rick and Donna Martinez about making a will and why a will by itself may not be enough. Andrew Cobin is among a small percentage of attorneys recognized by the North…

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Dying Without a Will — NC Intestate Chart

Dying Without a Will in North Carolina In North Carolina, when you die without a will, it is known as having a dying “intestate”, meaning that a local probate court will appoint an administrator to distribute your assets according to the requirements of North Carolina probate law. They must follow state intestacy laws that try to…

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