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Charlotte Legal Services, Inc.’s Pre-paid Legal Services Plan offers its members a wide range of document preparation
services tailored to meet a member’s specific needs as those needs arise.
Charlotte Legal Services, Inc.’s Pre-paid Legal Services Plan offers its members a wide range of document preparation
services tailored to meet a member’s specific needs as those needs arise.
Charlotte Legal Services, Inc.’s Pre-paid Legal Services Plan offers its members a wide range of document preparation
services tailored to meet a member’s specific needs as those needs arise.
Who we are
Established in 1982 by Cathleen Kahler, Charlotte Legal Services, Inc. offers a pre-paid legal services plan, 84 PPLS, registered with the North Carolina State Bar. Registration does not constitute approval by the North Carolina State Bar.
What we do
Charlotte Legal Services, Inc., is a pre-paid legal services plan, 84 PPLS, registered with the North Carolina State Bar. Established in 1982 by Cathleen Kahler, the company works with licensed attorneys who are well versed in all aspects of
Wills & Trusts
Wills & Trusts
This important document allows you to direct how your property will be disbursed after your death, to name guardians and trustees for your children and to name your Executor and any specific bequests.
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Power of Attorney
Power of Attorney
This document is used to name someone to act for you, either as a convenience or because you are unable to be present personally. It allows you to name someone to conduct your business should you later become incapacitated or unable to handle such affairs yourself.
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Healthcare
Healthcare
This document allows you to name someone to make health care decisions for you if you should become so seriously ill that you are unable to make these medical decisions yourself.
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Special needs
Special needs
If you have a child who has special needs, that child might not be able to manage any property which you might want to leave to him or her. In that case, you would want to place that property in a special needs trust, to be managed by a named trustee for the benefit of the child.
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