North Carolina board-certified estate planning attorney Thomas J. Neagle has served the interests of individuals, families and businesses, seeing to their futures with the care, experience and knowledge that makes a difference.
Obtaining an excellent outcome for your family or business can be a complex process. Expertly drafted documents, an understanding of nuances in estate and business law, and attention to your specific circumstances and needs – all of these matter to what comes next in your life and business. You cannot afford to overlook anything, but this can be difficult on your own.
Attorney Thomas J. Neagle helps you account for all factors in creating your North Carolina estate plan or setting up a business. He not only examines your case, he keeps you informed so you can make an intelligent decision about your future. Having an advocate on your side to guide you through the process leads more often to an excellent outcome.
Set up a consultation with Thomas J. Neagle to learn your legal options directly from an expert.
Having a board certified attorney guiding you means you will have an advocate who accounts for all nuances in estate planning, ensuring experienced advice for the disposition of assets and your estate. Your future and that of your family may well depend on it.
Representing the needs of families and businesses in Durham County, North Carolina, Thomas provides board-certified estate planning advice and options for clients.
Whether you’re forming a business or planning for your family’s future in Orange County, North Carolina, Thomas is ready to assist you in achieving your goals.
If you live in Wake County, North Carolina, Thomas is ready to prepare you, your family or your business for the future with expert estate planning guidance and business solutions.
If you live in Chatham County, North Carolina, Thomas is ready to prepare you, your family or your business for the future with expert estate planning guidance and business solutions.
Nobody can predict the future in accurate detail. Anyone claiming they can is just guessing. Don’t leave anything to guesswork. Have a plan in place. We’re all susceptible to the whims of an unpredictable world, which is why having an estate plan with wills, powers of attorney and trusts, can be of great comfort for your family for the inevitable circumstances we may never see coming our way.
The way you plan for the future could have long-lasting effects on your family and business, and an attorney can walk you through your options. Thomas J. Neagle provides a personal approach to these sensitive details.
If you haven’t made plans, start by calling Thomas J. Neagle’s office to set up a one-on-one consultation that could save your family money any unnecessary heartache and stress.