Estate Planning

Wampler, Carroll, Wilson & Sanderson, P.C.  is staffed with estate attorneys that specialize in wills, trusts, powers of appointment, probate procedures, and beneficiary designations.
What does it mean to die intestate?

When a deceased person dies intestate, it simply means that they do not have a will. The estate of the deceased will go into probate. This could be a lengthy process depending on the relationship status, dependents, and amount of assets and debts that the deceased has at the time of death. Our attorneys can avoid this by guiding you through the will creation process to ensure your assets and loved ones are taken care of for years after you pass.
Are you a dependent of a person who has died intestate?

The probate process can be a complicated matter that can last for years without proper guidance and representation. If you believe you are dependent or beneficiary of someone who has died intestate, contact us to get the probate procedure started.
What if the family is in a dispute about the will?

If your loved one has passed with a will and appointed an Executor that is not fulfilling his or her duties, then contact one of our attorneys about reviewing the will and contesting the Executor’s powers.