Douglas' FormsAOC Civil FormsBloomberg Law
Strong's Volume 30: WillsStrong's Volume 15: Executors and AdministratorsStrong's Volume 24: Principal and Agent: POA
Manning on Estate PlanningTax, Estate & Financial Planning for the Elderly: Forms and PracticePrint Only
General Statutes of NC Annotated (Official, Lexis)West's NC General Statutes Annotated
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May 19, 2016

Health Care Advance Directives: A Beginner's Guide


Senior Citizens Handbook: Laws and Programs Affecting Senior Citizens in North Carolina

North Carolina Bar Association, 2012

Print copy is available in Reference Carolinas Collection: REF KFN74910 .A3 S4 2012


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Stocker and Rikoon on Drawing Wills and Trusts - Jonathan Rikoon; Janine Racanelli
Call Number: Treatises - KFN5201 .S7622
ISBN: 9781402416934
Publication Date: 2013-01-16
Stocker and Rikoon on Drawing Wills and Trusts has been a staple in the library of attorneys and estate planners for more than fifty years. It offers you uniquely clear, field-tested drafting guidance that ensures wills and trusts fully express clients wishes without provoking costly legal challenges. Enhanced by hundreds of labor-saving sample forms and clauses, the new thirteenth edition of Stocker and Rikoon gives you the skills to help clients capitalize on the full range of tax-saving and non-tax opportunities, including pinpointing testators concerns and goals before drafting translating clients objectives into precise provisions amending wills before their execution drafting legacies that clearly define articles and legatees specifying tangible personal property ensuring tax clauses in wills match the directions provided in trusts avoiding drafting pitfalls anticipating contingencies that could upset wills or trusts and executing wills properly so they withstand probate contests."

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