Legal Resources Blog - Weaver, Bennett & Bland, PA

Estate Plan Guidelines: What Assets Pass Through My Will?

When drafting a last will and testament, many people want to start the consultation for their estate plan with numbers. They may want to leave $20,000 to each of their children, $1,000 to their favorite niece, and $500 to their local charity. These numbers are usually developed after consideration of all their assets, such as

Read More...

I Just Had A Baby. Do I Need A Will?

If you just had a baby, you should speak to an estate planning attorney. There are legal tools an they can use to help you plan for your child’s physical well being and financial security, and these tools can address situations both during your life and upon your passing. How an estate planning attorney can

Read More...

Domestic Violence Amid COVID-19 and How to Obtain a Domestic Violence Protective Order

NBC NEWS reported on April 5, 2020 that reports of domestic violence increased in March in many cities around the country as the coronavirus pandemic spread, according to law enforcement officials — raising concerns about families’ safety as they isolate at home.  The report included the statistic that Charlotte-Mecklenburg police fielded 517 additional calls about domestic violence

Read More...

Discover What You Need to Know About a Franchise Agreement Contract

We’re big fans of entrepreneurs, and with thousands of franchisers in roughly 300 business categories looking to expand their footprint, there’s no shortage of opportunities for business success.  To launch your franchise, it’s vital that you have a skilled franchise lawyer guiding you throughout the process.  In this issue, the North Carolina franchise lawyers with

Read More...

Learn How to Execute a Will in North Carolina

Making a Last Will and Testament is the cornerstone of estate planning—it’s one of the most important legal decisions you can make in your lifetime. Without a will, North Carolina law will determine how your property and assets are distributed after your passing.  But by drafting a will, you’re in control of the division of

Read More...