The Cotton Law Firm - Fayetteville, NC

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When it comes to protecting yourself, your family, and your financial future, you can have confidence in the Cotton Law Firm. From wills to estate planning we strive, to deliver reliable representation every step of the way. Contact our Fayetteville, Lumberton, Durham, or Rocky Mount offices today to learn more about how we can help serve you.

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“I wouldn’t dream of using another law firm and team with the quality and commitment they provide. And they also take payments, another plus. I recommend the Cotton Law Firm to any and everyone needing legal help. Don’t even waste your time and efforts searching for a good lawyer. She’s the one. The Michael Jordan of Law! Trust me! Use her. You won’t be disappointed.”
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Wills & Estate Planning

If you’re ready to draft a will, it’s imperative to have a trustworthy, knowledgeable estate planning lawyer by your side. Our firm will establish and document your final wishes and safeguard your estate. During the complex process, we’ll provide guidance, security, and peace of mind; ensuring your requests are communicated and completed specifically as you wish.

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Do I even need a will?

Yes. A will allows you to direct how you want your real and personal property to be distributed upon your death. Without a will, your property will be distributed according to state statutes. 

Can't I just get a form on the internet?

You could, but you may not have met the specific Will requirements of NC by doing so. Also, language in those documents could be ambiguous and your wishes may end up not being carried out as you wanted. 

Who should I name as my executor in my will?

You should name someone you trust absolutely who understands what your wishes are and will follow those instructions.

Where should I keep my executed will?

The will should be kept somewhere safely such as a safe deposit box where it is accessible when necessary but not where it can be easily destroyed or stolen. 

What about healthcare power of attorneys, living wills, and general power of attorneys? Do I need those?

In order to have a comprehensive plan, it is best to have all these documents prepared in advance so your wishes are documented in writing in the event you become incapacitated.

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