Does Divorce Invalidate A Will In North Carolina?

How Could A Family Law Dispute Impact An Estate Plan?

In a divorce or separation, your long-term priorities may shift. These changes alone do not remove individuals from your will or other estate planning documents, and the onus is on you to take measures to do so. An estate planning lawyer can help you through this process and ensure that your wishes are ultimately observed.

Have Further Questions About Estate Plans In North Carolina?

Please visit our Estate Planning FAQs or Family Law FAQs pages for additional answers to frequently asked North Carolina family law questions.

Our Lawyers Are Prepared To Help.

At Kennedy Law Associates, our lawyers take the time to get to know our clients through an in-depth initial domestic consultation. By learning about your unique situation, your concerns, and your goals, we can craft a tailored plan that is right for you moving forward.

Our attorneys have helped many satisfied clients throughout North Carolina. For additional information about our approach, please call us at 704-512-0619 or send us an email.