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Wills and administration of estates in North Carolina

Norman Adrian Wiggins

Wills and administration of estates in North Carolina

by Norman Adrian Wiggins

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Published by Harrison in Norcross, Ga. (3110 Crossing Park, Norcross 30071) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Wills -- North Carolina.,
    • Executors and administrators -- North Carolina.,
    • Probate law and practice -- North Carolina.,
    • Inheritance and succession -- North Carolina.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Norman Adrian Wiggins.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFN7544 .W5 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2796693M
      LC Control Number83226053

      • Prepare estate planning documents, including Wills, Revocable Trusts, and Irrevocable Trusts • Structure estate plans to eliminate or reduce estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxesTitle: Estate Planning Attorney | Wills, . The Estates Division is located in the Civil Division at the Edgecombe County Courthouse. Their primary duties are to Administer last wills and estates Appoint guardians Estates Division is generally responsible for all estate matters, including the probate of Wills and the settlement and administration of estates assets and property of decedents, incompetents, and minor children.

      Administration of an estate or trust is the process of gathering, managing and distributing a person’s property (the “estate”) after death. The major difference between a North Carolina estate administration versus trust administration is that the estate administration (or Probate) requires reports to the court and is more formal. Jurisdiction for Probate of Wills and Administration of Estates of Decedents. § 28A Clerk of superior court. The clerk of superior court of each county, ex officio judge of probate, shall have jurisdiction of the administration, settlement, and distribution of estates .

      View a sample of this title using the ReadNow feature. First written in by Robert Pritchard as A Treatise on the Law of Wills and Administration of Estates, this authoritative reference has become indispensable to the Tennessee bench and d in a Second Edition in , a Third Edition in , and now in its seventh edition, Pritchard on the Law of Wills and Administration of. The Greenville, North Carolina law firm of Gaylord, McNally, Strickland & Snyder, L.L.P. estate planning and administration practice page. Learn how the firm can help with estate planning cases such as drafting your wills and estate planning tax issues.


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Wills and administration of estates in North CarolinaAuthor: Norman Adrian Wiggins. In North Carolina, any person years of age and older can make a will or living trust, and that will or trust will be recognized by law.

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Raleigh: E. Uzzell, vii, p. ; 24 cm. Creator(s) North Carolina. James B. McLaughlin Jr. and Richard T. Bowser. Wiggins Wills and Administration of Estates in North Carolina (4th ed). Eagan, MN: Thomson West,   Below is a list of Wills, Trusts and Estates form books, treatises with forms, and online resources available for use at the Law Library.

Form books may also be online as well. Material available on Lexis Advance, Westlaw, or Bloomberg Law will have an icon next to the title. Open access materials will be noted in the book description. Failing to do so might result in estate administration errors, and related damages or losses may be personally held against the executor.

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North Carolina law provides that the executor has the authority to decide if “it is in the best interest of the administration of the estate to sell, lease, or mortgage any real estate or interest therein to obtain money for the payment of debts and other claims against the decedent's estate.”.