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Webinar: Unpacking Your Estate Plan When Moving to North Carolina

On July 30, trusts and estates attorneys Eldridge Dodson and Tom Zamadics hosted the "Unpacking Your Estate Plan When Moving to North Carolina" webinar. 

Their presentation focused on important considerations people need to make regarding their estate plan if they recently moved to North Carolina.  Here are a couple of highlights:

The importance of updating your estate plan when moving to a new state:

Moving from a community property state:

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Eldridge Dodson, Trusts, Estates Attorney, Ward and Smith Law Firm

Eldridge is certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a Board Certified Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law. She assists all types of clients in drafting and implementing estate plans, including estate, gift and generation skipping transfer tax planning. Eldridge also provide counsel to executors and trustees in administering estates and trusts.  Her clients value her experience, expertise and responsiveness. She frequently lectures to civic and community groups and at continuing legal education seminars on various topics relating to estate planning, estate administration and...

Thomas Zamadics Estate Attorney Ward and Smith
Trusts and Estates Attorney

Tom works closely with individuals, families, and closely-held business owners to provide personalized plans to help identify and achieve their unique estate planning goals. His practice focuses on estate planning and estate and trust administration. He assists clients in the preparation of a wide range of estate planning documents, including wills, trusts, and powers of attorney.

Tom studied at Virginia Tech, where he graduated summa cum laude with a double major in International Studies and Economics. He continued his education at the University of North Carolina School of Law. While there, Tom was a Comments Editor for the North Carolina Law Review and earned the Eugene Gressman and Daniel H. Pollitt Oral Advocacy Award.