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What Eric Does For Clients

It seems that almost every family has at least one person in it who wants more than their fair share. I’m estate planning attorney Eric Kindberg, and I change people’s lives in North and South Carolina.

I create the documents that let you retain your dignity if you become disabled, and let you control who gets what and how much when you pass away.

I’ve seen the costs and problems involved in Probating an estate, or watching a life time of work be taken by the Government to pay for nursing home care.

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What Clients Say About Eric

Shirley and Tom K

CHARLOTTE, NC

“Upon recommendations, my husband and I sought out Eric Kindberg to help us with our wills and Power-of-Attorney documents.  He was very thorough in going over the information and encouraged us to call him if we had any questions.  His manner was professional and friendly.  He emailed all our documents for our review when he […]

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Betty F

HUNTERSVILLE, NC

“Mr. Erick Kindberg’s service was recommended to me by my financial advisor, for which I am very grateful.  When I met with Mr. Kindberg for my consultation, I was somewhat uneasy and didn’t know what to expect.  However, I found him to be a very patient individual who took the time to answer all of […]

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D. Frank R

FORT MILL, SC

“Attorney Kindberg recently completed the estate planning for my wife and me, a new retiree.  He distinguished himself in the knowledge of estate law, as evidenced by the webinar that he held and the book that he just published for the education of the general public.  Legal documents can be overwhelming and difficult to understand, […]

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Eric's Blog

An Interesting Question in the December, 2016, AARP Bulletin

Any question that makes it into the Jane Bryant Quinn column of the AARP Bulletin is interesting. And, frequently, important to many people.  The question was: “I have a friend who was evicted from her home by her husband’s children (from an earlier marriage) when he died.  Is that legal?” The answer given was correct. […]

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It seems like most families have someone who wants more than their share. A good estate planning attorney can control that problem.

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