Little, Lattimore, & Ledford, P.A. - Local Law Firm | Marion, NC

(828) 652-8003
Main Fax Number: (828) 652-4631
Real Estate Fax Number: (828) 652-2228

20 North Main Street, Marion, NC 28752 

Monday - Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Friday: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

There’s No Better Time Than Now For Estate Planning In Marion, NC

When considering estate planning in Marion, NC, talk to our professional team. Our advice can help protect your assets and ensure your family's needs are secure. Although circumstances may change throughout your life, we can make alterations that best suit your situation.

Last Will & Testament - A will is an important document that anyone over 18 years should establish.

Durable Power of Attorney - Anyone 18 or older can authorize an individual to sign on their behalf regarding finances, property, and business matters. However, in signing a DPOA, you’re not surrendering your rights to control your affairs.

Healthcare Power of Attorney - If you’re 18 or older, you can designate who can give instructions to and get information from doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers regarding your health situation.

Living Will - A living will removes the responsibility from your family surrounding life support decisions should you be declared brain dead.

Please print and complete our Will and Trust Planner that will provide our firm with information to assist you with your estate planning needs.

Elder Law

Elder law protects seniors from being taken advantage of by family, caregivers, and strangers. It can include discrimination in the workplace, consent and capacity issues, powers of attorney, estate planning, elder abuse, housing issues, and healthcare concerns.

Life Estate Deeds | Lady Bird Deeds 

A life estate deed, or Lady Bird Deed, protects a senior’s real estate if they need to go into an assisted-care facility. In some cases, a Medicaid Lien is placed in an individual, resulting in the sale of family property. This deed allows an individual to transfer property to someone outside of probate while retaining a life estate in the property. 

Assistance with Medicaid Compliant Annuities

Your first stop if you're considering a Medicaid annuity should be an elder law attorney. They will assist with determining if this is the right choice for your situation.

Everyone’s situation is different, and it’s essential to speak to your attorney to ensure your paperwork is in order. Call Little, Lattimore, & Ledford, P.A., and get the estate planning advice you need.