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  • Huntersville Office

    Address

    11330 Vanstory Dr.
    Huntersville, North Carolina 28078

    Phone

    704-464-8809

Reviews and Testimonials

  • " I have had the pleasure of working with Attorney Sabourin and would recommend him to anyone requiring legal advice or representation. He is well informed, prepared, professional and serves his clients with patience and compassion."

    - E H. – 5 out of 5 stars Yelp
  • "I asked Andrew to write my will. He was extremely honest with me regarding the price, and very fair. He explained everything, and made sure all my questions were answered. He made the entire process painless. I would highly recommend him."

    - Deborah S. – 5 out of 5 stars Yelp
  • "Andrew Sabourin was a pleasure to work with. He was very personable and responsive throughout the entire process, and answered all our questions. He was easy to communicate with, whether via phone call, email or in person. He is very professional, and made the process and paperwork feel easy. I would highly recommend him!"

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  • " Attorney Sabourin handled our legal matter with superior professionalism and was responsive in a very timely manner and very supportive from the first phone call and remained consistent throughout the entire process. He is easy to talk to, very knowledgeable, and it was a pleasure working with him. My husband and I would highly recommend Attorney Sabourin."

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  • " Attorney Sabourin handled our legal matter with superior professionalism and was responsive in a very timely manner and very supportive from the first phone call and remained consistent throughout the entire process. He is easy to talk to, very knowledgeable, and it was a pleasure working with him. My husband and I would highly recommend Attorney Sabourin."

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North Carolina Lawyer Assists with Living Wills and Other Advance Directives

Attorney helps clients in the Huntersville area transfer decision-making authority in case of incapacity

Life is unpredictable, but it is possible to prepare for the unexpected. Creating a living will and other advance directive documents can ensure that if you ever become unable to make healthcare or financial decisions for yourself, your decision-making powers are given to someone you trust to act in your best interest. These crucial documents can save your family heartache during a crisis, and they can be as broad or specific as you wish. Lake Norman Wealth Counsel will advise you on relevant state laws and the various contingencies you can address in your written instructions. We have extensive experience assisting clients in the Huntersville area and throughout North Carolina to make their wishes clear and enforceable.

North Carolina attorney empowers people to manage medical treatment decisions

Advance directives are legal documents that allow you to clearly articulate your preferences regarding lifesaving medical interventions. They can set forth instructions on various matters and come in several forms. Lake Norman Wealth Counsel will take the time to discuss your options. An advance directive may include the following:

  • Living will — A living will states what kind of medical treatment you should receive if you are too sick or injured to express your wishes or give informed consent.
  • Do-not-resuscitate order — A DNR instructs medical personnel to refrain from performing CPR, electric shocks and other lifesaving measures if a person’s breathing or heartbeat stops. A DNR can prevent someone from being sustained on life support if they are brain dead.
  • Durable power of attorney — This form of power of attorney, which is specific to healthcare decisions, is a common type of advance directive. In the event that you are not able to make decisions about your medical treatment, a durable power of attorney authorizes someone you trust to make decisions on your behalf.

At Lake Norman Wealth Counsel, our attorney formulates clear documents to prevent misinterpretation or argument. This way, your family can avoid expensive litigation and move forward.

Counselor creates personalized power of attorney documents

Our skilled attorney helps you prepare for contingencies based on specific circumstances that may arise.

Having someone to handle your personal finances in the event of your incapacitation can help ensure that your property is cared for and your bills are covered. You can grant someone power of attorney to manage the financial assets you select, including your bank accounts, stocks, bonds and royalties. Older adults who are forgetful or susceptible to being taken advantage of can also benefit from a loved one overseeing their bank accounts.

It is prudent for small business owners and individuals involved in litigation to select a trusted representative to act in their place. In case you have to step away from day-to-day management of your business or legal matters, the person with power of attorney can continue to look out for your best interests. At Lake Norman Wealth Counsel, we can work closely with you and your representative to evaluate each area where power of attorney is advisable.

Contact a North Carolina attorney for help creating an advance directive

Illness, injury or infirmity can leave anyone vulnerable to financial losses and can result in loved ones dealing with confusing legal matters. A carefully drafted living will or power of attorney can give you and your loved ones greater peace of mind. Call Lake Norman Wealth Counsel at 704-727-2026 or contact us online to schedule a consultation at our Huntersville office.