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Coastal Legal Counsel offers a wide range of real estate services, from residential and commercial closings to real estate litigation. The law firm assists buyers, sellers, homeowners associations, landlords, and tenants. They can provide you with the advice and representation you need to handle your real estate matters.
NOTE: Our real estate services are offered from our Lumina Station office at 1904 Eastwood Road, Suite 315, Wilmington, NC 28403.
In North Carolina, probate is the process by which a last will and testament is officially validated. If you die without a last will and testament, that is known as intestacy. Whether you have a last will and testament or die intestate, your estate will need to be administered. Estate administration typically involves gathering assets of the deceased, providing notice to creditors, paying any final bills, selling property to convert it to cash, and distributing money or property to the heirs or beneficiaries under a last will and testament. If a loved one has recently passed away, please do not hesitate to contact us to assist you with probate and the estate administration processes.
Starting a business can be overwhelming, especially if you are not familiar with the legal requirements. Don’t worry if you have questions about the process or the necessary governing documents for maintaining your corporate formalities. Coastal Legal Counsel is here to help.
Our experienced team can guide you in forming your new business entity, whether it’s an LLC, Corporation, Non-Profit Corporation, Partnership, or something else. We will ensure that your business is compliant with state and federal law.
In addition to helping you form your business, Coastal Legal Counsel offers general counsel legal services and handles litigation for businesses. Trust us to be your trusted legal advisor for all your business needs.
If a loved one is unable to make decisions on their own, it may be necessary to initiate an incompetency proceeding. Without a power of attorney in place, there may be limited options for legally providing assistance. These proceedings should not be taken lightly, as they can result in the loss of a person’s rights, with a guardian appointed to make decisions on their behalf. Despite this, guardianship can play a crucial role, particularly for parents of children with special needs. Attorney Lindquist has extensive experience in handling competency proceedings, including prosecuting, defending, and serving as a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem. If you require assistance with guardianship, our team is available to help.
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