Sixty Years of Estate Planning Innovation,
Client Services and Practical Solutions

At the Knox Law Center, we understand. When you have a estate planning issue, we
will give your matter the undivided attention it deserves.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Estate Planning Attorneys

Also serving the Lake Norman and Lincoln Co area from our Denver, NC office

Achieving Your Goals Through Well-Crafted Estate Plans

Whether you are starting a family, growing a business, going through a divorce or approaching retirement, your estate plan needs to reflect your goals. At the Knox Law Center, our lawyers understand how changes in your life affect estate planning. They are also prepared to help you through complex estate planning litigation.

Clients often call us after they have gone through a life event and ask us, “Do I need to change my will?” The answer is – that depends. If you have gone through a divorce, you probably want to change your beneficiary and power of attorney designation. If you have started a business, you may to think about succession planning and protection of your personal assets.

There are many types of documents that are part of a comprehensive estate plan:

• A will or a trust. Which is better for you depends on your needs and your assets. If you have significant assets, a trust can help you minimize or avoid estate taxes. It can also enable you to avoid probate and pass property directly to your beneficiaries. However, North Carolina probate is not as cumbersome and expensive as it is in other states. Most people do not need a trust.

• A living will. In North Carolina, a living will enables you to control what medical treatment you will receive if you are in a terminal state with no hope of recovery. If you are opposed to life-prolonging measures such as feeding tubes, a living will enable you to communicate your wishes to family members and medical providers.

• Powers of attorney. Heath care and financial powers of attorney are documents that allow you to designate a trusted person to make decisions for you if you are incapacitated and unable to communicate for yourself. These documents can be used to avoid having a guardian appointed if your loved one becomes unable to handle his or her affairs.

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Testimonials

Mar 21, 2020
by Ben Robinson on Knox Law Center
Excellent services provided.

Attorney Frances Knox helped my family in providing much needed legal documents. She was very prompt, knowledgeable and went well out of her way to help us. She provided excellent legal services and was very congenial and easy to work with throughout the process. I highly recommend her as an attorney.

Feb 15, 2020
by Happy Client on Knox Law Center
The Actual Best.

You can get know better than this firm. No doubt about them being at the top lawyers nation wide. If you are in the Charlotte area you cannot get better. After being turned down by other firms Ms. Knox took the case and came back as a winner. Those guys who have their adds on the trains and bus here could not even stand in the same room with these attorneys. They make sure you are comfortable mentally and physically. Just let them do their job and they will get the job done. The best yes they are and that is a fact. Thank you Ms. Knox for being the person you are. Even when i lost faith in the case you held fast. Thank you over and over. Happy client.

Jan 13, 2020
by Philip M. on Knox Law Center
Eddie Knox has probably forgotten more about the law then most people will ever learn!

Eddie Knox is a local legend and has probably forgotten more about the law then most people will ever learn.

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