Experienced Legal Guidance For Estate Planning
When it comes to estate planning, there are many details to consider. From choosing beneficiaries and an executor of your estate to establishing health care directives, the options can be overwhelming. With all of the nuance and the various options, it is essential to have the assistance of an experienced estate planning attorney who can help you work through the process.
“I am B. Joseph Causey, Jr. From my office in Shallotte, North Carolina, I use my nearly 30 years of experience to help clients craft an estate plan that works best for their unique needs. While it is never too early to establish an estate plan, I understand that the need for my services may come during a sensitive life event and timing is often critical. I pride myself in being readily available and leading with compassion, patience and empathy. I will do everything I can to make you feel comfortable and confident as we work together to address your legal needs.”
Personalized Assistance At Every Step
Attorney Causey is readily available to answer any questions you may have. Even after your estate plan has been completed, he will be available to ensure that it continues to meet your expectations and circumstances. While creating your estate plan, he can help you determine what services will benefit you most, and prioritize your legal needs, such as:
- Wills (including living wills and last will and testaments)
- Probate (for our previous clients)
- General Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Powers of Attorney
- Ancillary Probate of out-of-town estates
Life is constantly changing, and Attorney Causey wants you to know that he is always ready to help amend your estate as the need arises.
Get Started Today
Whether you need to create an estate plan or update an existing one, B. Joseph Causey, Jr., is ready to help. Schedule your free initial consultation by calling 910-212-5896. You can also get in touch through email.
Attorney Causey’s office is in Shallotte, North Carolina, and he represent clients throughout the community and the Brunswick County area.