When you make a Will, you will select at least one person to serve as your Executor. Your Executor is the person who is charged with gathering all of the assets that belonged to you during your life that you have identified in the Will. This process is known as an Estate Administration.
Special Needs Trusts (also referred to as a Supplemental Needs Trust, they are one and the same) are trusts authorized by Federal Law designed to help families and loved ones dealing with Medicaid related issues.
When we meet with homeowners, business owners, and contractors or service providers from all over Asheville, Buncombe, and Western North Carolina, one of the most frequent issues discussed are disputes about work performed
For some people who are in financial trouble, tax debt is one of their primary concerns. In North Carolina, this typically means that you owe the IRS or the North Carolina Department of Revenue (the “NCDOR”) for unfiled or unpaid taxes.