Planning an estate can be an overwhelming process. Though most people understand the need to get their final affairs in order, many put this off because they do not want to deal with the difficult issues involved. At Watts Law Group PLLC, serving clients in North and South Carolina, we understand the apprehension people often feel when it comes to estate planning, and our personable, down-to-earth approach puts our clients at ease. Our attorneys have more than four decades of combined experience in this area of the law, and our successful track record is a major reason so many individuals trust us to create estate plans that meet their specific goals.
Our in-depth knowledge of the estate planning process gives our clients the skilled representation they deserve. We work closely with you, taking the time to understand your unique needs so that we can develop creative solutions customized to meet those needs.
We can use a wide range of estate planning tools to accomplish your objectives:
Your estate plan can be as complex or simple as you wish and your circumstances warrant. As estate planning attorneys, we are passionate about what we do, and we put in the time necessary to ensure there is no ambiguity regarding your intentions.
Two of the major concerns people have when it comes to estate planning are minimizing taxes and the risk of challenges to the estate. We examine all available legal avenues to put together a comprehensive estate plan with an eye toward reducing taxes and minimizing the chances of litigation. We look closely at your specific circumstances to help determine if this or other options make sense.
For assistance with wills, trusts, and other estate planning instruments, contact the experienced and compassionate lawyers at Watts Law Group PLLC, who have offices in Shallotte and Leland, Brunswick County, North Carolina, and Myrtle Beach, Horry County, South Carolina. We offer evening hours by appointment. To schedule an initial consultation, call 910-579-6508 or contact us online. All of our attorneys are licensed to practice in North Carolina, and S. Denise Watts is also licensed in South Carolina.