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North Carolina’s New Uniform Financial Power of Attorney Act

Financial Power of Attorney documents have long been used in estate planning to allow a person to appoint a fiduciary to manage that person’s financial affairs. They are often used both in situations where the person granting the power of attorney (the principal) is unable to manage financial affairs any longer or where the principal has the capacity to do so but prefers another to handle those matters. On January 1st, 2018 North Carolina enacted the Uniform Power of Attorney Act, which is codified in the new Chapter 32C of the North Carolina General Statutes.

3 Pitfalls to Avoid When Applying for Medicaid

Have you planned for what might happen if you were to require long term care? According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, 70% of those currently 65 years old will need some form of long term care in their lifetimes. Medicare has limits on long term care coverage, and long term care insurance can be pricey and may only cover certain expenses. Most Americans have not saved enough money to cover the costs of long term care out of pocket. In such cases, many requiring long term care will need to apply for assistance through Medicaid.

Firm Supports Veterans and Their Families

Lexington, NC –Brinkley Walser Stoner has joined NCServes Central Carolina, a branch of AmericaServes, a network of organizations providing a broad range of coordinated assistance to veterans and their families. NCServes utilizes technology to improve communication, transparency, and effectiveness of their support services.

Ryan McNeill to Present Elder Law Planning Seminar

Lexington, NC – Attorney Ryan McNeill of Brinkley Walser Stoner will present a seminar on Elder Law Planning on February 21 at the Mabel D. Smith Senior Center in Greensboro. The session will cover long-term care planning, including relevant changes in the estate laws. The event is free and open to the public.

The 2018 Tax Law Changes & Your Estate Plans

The updated 2018 tax bill signed into law in December has many people worried about how the changes will impact them. Among a host of changes, the bill increases the standard deduction, expands the Child Tax Credit, removes the “marriage penalty” for most individuals, limits the deduction for state and local taxes, and changes the rules on deducting mortgage interest, charitable donations, and medical expenses. The new tax bill also lowers tax rates for most corporations and for many individuals, and changes how pass-through income earned by owners of sole proprietorships, LLCs, and S corporations, is handled (different limits apply to professional services business owners).

An Independent Judiciary in NC

There has been some discussion in North Carolina about changing how judges are selected. Here is an educational video produced by the North Carolina Bar Association that discusses the importance of an independent judiciary – to all of us. Watch the video and learn...