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Estate Planning and Probate in North Carolina

If you worked hard your whole life to acquire assets and build an estate for your family, you are probably worried about protecting it. Passing your property on to the next generation requires careful planning and the help of an experienced professional. At the law office of Renita Thompkins Linville, we have over 25 years of experience helping clients throughout Winston-Salem, North Carolina, meet their estate planning needs. Contact our experienced lawyer by calling 336-245-9259 today.

Protecting Your Loved Ones

When clients contact our firm, we help them prepare an estate planning package that takes into account all aspects of their life and inheritance. While a will can dictate how you want your assets handled after your death, a trust is sometimes the best way to protect you during your life and protect your loved ones after your death.

Our attorney offers sound legal counsel in all areas of estate planning, including:

  • Wills
  • Living wills
  • Trusts
  • Living trusts
  • Durable powers of attorney
  • Healthcare powers of attorney

After A Loved One's Death

Attorney Renita Thompkins Linville is committed to giving clients the legal advice they need. She is highly competent, qualified, capable and honest. When clients contact our firm, they will leave knowing they are being taken care of properly. We do not view our clients as dollar signs. At our firm, we care about our clients and about getting them the help they need after losing a loved one.

In addition to helping prepare estate plans, we also handle probate of estates. Our attorney works with the executor to distribute assets and liquidate the estate, and she works with accountants to ensure all tax matters are handled properly. To schedule your appointment with an experienced lawyer, call 336-245-9259 today.

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