The team at Erin Patterson Law, PLLC has a singular focus: to provide comprehensive estate and business law services to clients residing in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Our experienced attorneys guide you step-by-step through a well-designed process as we work together to develop your will, trust, and powers of attorney and provide you with the instructions and confidence to align your assets accordingly. Whether you have accumulated significant wealth that demands a dynamic estate plan intended to save taxes and protect assets or you need a basic will and powers of attorney to ensure things are easier on your loved ones at your death, we believe every client is worthy of focused attention and a custom plan. Estate planning should never be a one-size-fits-all endeavor.
Estate and Trust Administration
After a death, you are sure to face uncertainty about how the estate or trust should be handled. In addition to the grief you may already feel, we know your duties as an executor or trustee can seem daunting at the outset. Asset management, court requirements, beneficiary communications, and final distributions take time and expertise to navigate. However, our attorneys will be with you every step of the way to provide compassionate counsel and make certain that you understand your legal responsibilities.
At Erin Patterson Law, PLLC, we also believe that every business has a life of its own. That's why we demonstrate the same commitment to unparalleled planning services for our entrepreneur clients who want to know that their businesses are being formed, managed, and ultimately disposed of in the manner that represents their best interests. With the additional professional designation of Certified Public Accountant, our founding partner also has the knowledge to advise you on the tax impact of the business decisions you encounter.
We exist to simplify the complex by educating our clients and guiding them on the decisions that make the most sense for their unique and individual circumstances. Let us help you feel more confident when planning your affairs. After all, a solid plan is the greatest gift you can give – and a legacy that's sure to outlast a lifetime.