Lawyers Serving the Catawba Valley

Conover, North Carolina Estate Planning & Administration Attorneys

Conover, North Carolina E…

Planning for the future is something that everyone needs to do, but that nearly everyone puts off for another day. Life is busy. It always seems as if there will be more time to plan, until suddenly, one day, you're out of time.

Attorneys David L. Isenhower and Susan Williams Matthews help individuals and families in the Hickory metro area address their estate planning needs. We can help you create or review an estate plan, make arrangements for the needs of your minor children, or assist you in planning ahead for the possibility of long-term care. When the time comes to administer the estate of a deceased loved one, we are here to guide you through the process with competence and compassion.

We put our combined decades of legal experience to work helping our clients achieve peace of mind regarding their assets, their futures, and the security of their families. We invite you to contact us to schedule a consultation so that we can help prepare a customized plan for your needs.

Estate Planning Essentials

You spend much of your time working to care for your family’s needs. We spend much of ours helping you protect your family’s security both now and well into the future. As estate planning attorneys serving the Hickory metropolitan area, w… Read More

Estate Administration and Probate

The loss of a loved one is never easy. When you are grieving, the task of administering a loved one’s estate can seem overwhelming. Yet this process is essential so that survivors have the resources and closure they need in order to move forwar… Read More

Planning for Minor Children

If you have children under the age of eighteen, providing for them and keeping them safe is one of your top priorities. Estate planning when you have minor children presents different concerns than estate planning when your children are grown. Attorn… Read More

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