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About Eric (My Story)

about_ericEric Kindberg received his first exposure to estate planning when the U.S. Army helped him prepare his Will, just before shipping him to Vietnam to serve as a Green Beret. After that, Eric used his GI Bill benefits to attend law school at the University of South Carolina.

He graduated in 1975 and is licensed to practice law in both North Carolina and South Carolina. He has helped hundreds of families with their estate planning and estate administration needs since then.

Eric is happiest about having prepared a Revocable Trust for his widowed mother many years ago. For the last seven years of her life, as the successor trustee, he was able to ensure honest and competent management of her finances and property as her abilities declined.

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 said he would, and he followed up with us by phone.  The experience was a good one.”

Thank you Mr. Kindberg!

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 my questions I had pertaining to my situation.  Even though my estate consisted of meager value, the manner in which I was treated, I believe, was that same as if it was a million dollar estate.

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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