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Cheryl David

Cheryl David

Taking Care of Families
  • Elder Law, Estate Planning
  • Maryland, North Carolina
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Our firm helps families who want to make sure they have the right documents in place should they become sick or pass away. We also help families who have an ill family member make sure they are protected and receive the best care and benefits available; while also making sure their life savings are preserved. We also help families who have lost a family member negotiate the complex rules, regulations, and courts as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Practice Areas
  • Elder Law
  • Estate Planning
Additional Practice Area
  • Financial Planning
  • Free Consultation
    Free 15 minute telephone meeting to discuss estate planning, probate, Medicaid, Administration
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    All Credit Cards and Debit Cards Accepted.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Cases are quoted at a flat fixed fee.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
North Carolina
  • English
Professional Experience
Estate Planning Law Specialist
Founder Law Offices of Cheryl David
- Current
Past President
President, BJH Foundation
Board of Governors
American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
Gerry Spence's Trial Lawyer's College
University of Baltimore School of Law
J.D. | Law
Activities: President Moot Court
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
B.A. | Political Science; Psychology
American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
1st Global
Professional Associations
American Bar Association
- Current
BJH Foundation
Vice President
- Current
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
- Current
American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
Member, Former Board of Governors
- Current
North Carolina Bar Association
- Current
Greensboro Bar Association
- Current
American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys
Estate Planning Law Specialist
Estate Law Specialist Board, Inc.
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Legal Answers
2 Questions Answered

Q. Why would I appoint my aunt to administer my father's estate?
A: If a will doesn't exist when someone dies the estate goes through an administration. During this process the court appoints someone to administer the estate. Usually a child of decedent would have priority over a sister in administering an estate, but without knowing more, there may be countless reasons that your Aunt would be a good choice for this position. The court is the one to appoint the administrator, not you.
Q. My step mother died recently with no will I was the POA during her illness a house and debt was left by her.what do i do
A: Once someone passes their Power of Attorney is no longer valid. It is now up to the personal representative named in your step mother's will to take over the probate of the estate through court. During that process the bills will be paid and the house will pass to the legal heirs.
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Law Offices of Cheryl David
528 College Road
Greensboro, NC 27410
Telephone: (336) 547-9999
Fax: (336) 547-9477