Ethan A. Trice

Ethan A. Trice

King Law Offices, PLLC
  • Estate Planning
  • North Carolina, South Carolina
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Patrick A. Twisdale October 17, 2022
Rating: 10 Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
He is an amazing attorney who knows how to place his clients in the best position
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I'm an attorney practicing in Western North Carolina and licensed to practice in both North Carolina and South Carolina. I primarily focus on transactional law and estate planning.

I'm originally from Georgia, but went to Wake Forest for Law School. While at Wake Forest, I was involved in the Moot Court, Public Interest Law Organization, Phi Alpha Delta, and the Federalist Society.

Practice Area
    Estate Planning
    Guardianship & Conservatorship Estate Administration, Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
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North Carolina
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South Carolina
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  • English: Spoken, Written
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King Law Offices, PLLC
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North Carolina Bar Association
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1 Questions Answered
Q. Mom died with no legal will have half sister tht is not my biological father's daughter and she was never adopted intitl
A: This very much depends on what the deed itself says. Based on how the question is worded, it sounds like the deed was in one or both of your parents' names. How your parents owned the property matters (with the default being tenancy by the entirety for married couples). If both your mother and father have passed away and neither had a will, then North Carolina intestacy law determines how the property passes. The order of their passing matters as does the content of the deed itself. North Carolina General Statute 29-15 defines the inheritance rules and shows who may inherit the property but to answer whether your half-sister has an interest or not requires more information.
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King Law Offices
21 E Mills St
Columbus, NC 28722
Telephone: (706) 352-1501
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