Charlotte Estate Planning Attorneys

The estate planning you build today can perform a number of services for your loved ones’ tomorrow — wealth preservation, minimizing of estate taxes and avoidance of probate legal battles, to name just a few.

At Orsbon & Fenninger, LLP, our attorneys offer the information, guidance and creativity you need for this final gift to the people or charities you cherish most. With over 50 years of our combined experience, we have helped North Carolinians from all walks of life to chart a course for transfers of assets and property to beneficiaries, according to their exact wishes.

Estate planning is not just for the middle-aged or senior citizens. Far from it. The methods we recommend can benefit young families with children as well as unmarried couples whose rights are not recognized by the state without the proper legal documents.

We can help you plan for your family’s tomorrow — today. Give us a call at 704-556-9600 to discuss your specific situation.

Decades of Experience, Attentive Personal Service, And Reputation for Results

Our skilled estate planning and estate administration lawyers explain the purpose of useful tools such as:

  • Wills
  • Trusts — Revocable trusts, irrevocable life insurance trusts, living trusts, grantor-retained interest trusts, qualified personal residence trusts, testamentary trusts, supplemental or special needs trusts and many more
  • Charitable planning
  • Durable and health care powers of attorney and living wills
  • Family limited partnerships or limited liability companies

Orsbon & Fenninger, LLP, provides sound legal counsel for premarital planning as well. Unmarried couples living together in North Carolina have few, if any, rights where estate planning and asset protection are concerned. We tailor your planning and prenuptial agreement to suit your specific, unique needs.

Take Action To Get The Help You Need

To arrange a confidential consultation, call our Charlotte law offices to arrange an initial consultation or complete the online form.