Things we do so you don't have to:
Got a will? No worries!
We can help with that.
From the most basic will to more complicated trust planning, the Munson Law Firm provides legal advice and counsel to estate planning clients in North Carolina, Virginia, and the District of Columbia on guardianship, gift and estate taxes, business succession, and charitable giving. We also assist clients with wills, living trusts, and health care documents, including advice on how best to select executors and trustees, as well as health care agents and attorneys-in-fact.
Are you also taking care of your parents?
We can help with them too!
The loss of a loved one is a difficult time for any family, without having to sort through complicated court procedures and seemingly endless paperwork and government forms. We provide a helping hand to clients by assisting with the often confusing probate process., as well as navigating the disposition of life insurance proceeds, retirement accounts, vehicle transfers, and the funding and administration of trusts.
Start a side hustle?
SMALL BUSINESS ASSISTANCE
Whether you’re taking an idea or hobby “live”, looking into a trademark, or putting an effective succession plan into place, we can help. The Munson Law Firm works with small business entrepreneurs in the early stages of their endeavors as well as established businesses, assisting with initial formations, operating agreements, and contracts, along with trademark applications, contracts, and purchase agreements, all with an eye towards ensuring continuity of management and ownership after death.
Death is a part of life, and inevitably raises many questions, often religious and philosophical. But (in today's complicated and legalistic world,) it also raises many practical issues. Good estate planning should help to minimize the impact these legal questions will have on your loved ones, when they are already dealing with the pain of losing you.
If you do have a question, you can always email me at firstname.lastname@example.org; alternatively, you may use the form. Feel free to provide some background in your email, but please avoid any confidential or sensitive information. Attorney-client privilege only applies after you've concluded a contract with a lawyer, and you should never divulge anything confidential or sensitive until that time.
Plan for the future with our help.