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Beneficiaries: Bank Accounts vs. Wills

Beneficiaries: Bank Accounts vs. Wills

By David Inabinett, Attorney at Law When you open a bank account, retirement account, or purchase life insurance, you are always asked to name one or more beneficiaries when you complete the paperwork. When you write a Last Will and Testament, you also name...
The Reality About Real Estate Litigation

The Reality About Real Estate Litigation

By E. Drew Nelson, Attorney at Law You may live in a house, a condo, or an apartment. You probably have neighbors close by. It all might seem very normal, until there’s a problem. When issues arise, emotions are high, sometimes resulting in legal action. Let’s take a...
When Can You Contest a Will?

When Can You Contest a Will?

By Ryan McNeill, Attorney at Law A Last Will and Testament (“Will”) is a legal document directing how a deceased person wishes the assets and properties passing through the court process to be distributed upon death. Most often, these wishes are carried out, the...
Karen Greene Celebrates 35 Years with Brinkley Walser Stoner

Karen Greene Celebrates 35 Years with Brinkley Walser Stoner

Lexington, NC – Brinkley Walser Stoner, PLLC, congratulates Karen Greene, the firm’s Business Manager, on her 35th Anniversary with the firm.  David Inabinett, managing member of Brinkley Walser Stoner, shared, “Karen has done an amazing job over the past 35 years...
Elder Law– Planning Today for What Will Come Tomorrow

Elder Law– Planning Today for What Will Come Tomorrow

By David Inabinett, Attorney at Law May is National Elder Law Month and Older Americans Month. It’s a great time to look at planning for tomorrow. The United States has been experiencing significant growth in its older population due to factors such as increased life...
Custody and Summer Vacation: Check Before You Pack

Custody and Summer Vacation: Check Before You Pack

School is ending. Summer is approaching. Vacation is calling. But… for parents who are separated, divorced or otherwise subject to a court order establishing custody, it may not be as simple as packing up the car and heading on out. There are a few other...
BWS Newsletter: March, 2023

BWS Newsletter: March, 2023

Is Your Business in Compliance with North Carolina's Identity Theft Protection Act? Each day, your business likely handles, transmits, and stores a wide range of sensitive personal information (“PI”) belonging to third-parties. This sensitive PI may come in the form...