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Gray Legal Group Family Law Greensboro Charlotte Divorce Estate Power of Attorney

Family Law in Greensboro and Charlotte NC

We provide our clients with the ability to handle their divorce in an economical and amicable manner in Greensboro, NC, Charlotte, NC, and the Triad.

Family Law
Gray Legal Group Divorce Attorney Greensboro Charlotte NC

Family Lawyer Located in Greensboro and Charlotte, NC


Under NC law, to acquire a legal divorce, parties, couples, spouses, etc. must be separated for over a year. We know the dissolution of marriage can be a stressful and complicated time in someone's life. Therefore, we provide our clients with the ability to handle their divorce in an economical and amicable manner in Greensboro, NC, Charlotte, NC, and the Triad.

When going through a divorce, one of the most important things to the parents is the well-being of their children. In fact, the impact of a divorce on the children can be the most emotionally charged and difficult part of a separation and divorce. Issues such as physical and legal custody, as well as visitation schedules, must be worked out between parents and can often be a point of contention. Thus, it is important to discuss with a lawyer the best way to ensure that a divorce does not detrimentally impact the children.

Divorce & Child Custody
Gray Legal Group Estate Planning Greensboro Charlotte NC Attorney

Estate Planning Services 


Estate Planning is the procedure where a valued asset or possession such as real estate, gold, or material wealth is distributed to other members of the deceased owner’s legal authorization. The person who passes on must make sure to create proper documentation and list out the names of the people (s)he wants the wealth to go to. Otherwise, it becomes a tiresome legal battle, and in many cases, tears apart the family unit.


Before experiencing families torn apart and disband due to large sums of estate value, Gray Legal Group, PLLC advises you to come to see us. Our legal team can work with you tirelessly to ensure all members get what’s rightfully theirs based on the law. Also, we highly advise that all our clients formulate their estate planning documentation with us to avoid such issues in the foreseeable future.

Estate Planning
Gray Legal Group Last Will & Testament Greenboro Charlotte NC Attorney

Leave A Lasting Legacy


One of the best ways to make certain that your best interests and assets are protected is with a will and testament. Essentially, this is a legal document that explains your wishes, is read by a court, and ensures that your final desires are followed through. In addition to naming your wishes, your will and testament should also name an executor, establish who your children's guardians will be, decide how your debts and taxes will be paid, and even illustrate how your pets will be cared for and by whom. 


Arguably the most crucial part of your estate plan, as it requires the person to map out who receives what at the time of their sudden death. Now, two types are important to know: a Will-based plan & a Trust-based plan. The Will-based plan is when there’s a representative that the deceased person has documented, who will be responsible for distributing all the assets amongst the group of people in the will. A Trust-based plan is where the assets and property are passed along to the person stated in the Estate Planning document. It’s up to the successor on whether they would like others to obtain some of those assets.

Last Will & Testament
Gray Legal Group Power of Attorney Greensboro Charlotte NC Lawyer

Experienced Estate Planning Lawyer


This is essentially a legal document that you can use to give someone else the authority to take specific actions on your behalf.


There are two main types of powers of attorney. As mentioned above, a financial power of attorney is the first, and a health care power of attorney is the second. Preparing these two documents with the assistance of a lawyer in addition to a living will ensure that your best interests for both your finances and health stay in the hands of people you trust. Call 336-691-9200 now to speak with an estate planning lawyer.

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