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Additional Wrongful Death Resources
The North Carolina wrongful death lawyers at Crumley Roberts want you to feel confident and informed when you’re facing a wrongful death claim. We know that evaluating your loved one’s estate and taking legal action to protect your family’s rights is confusing and overwhelming. That’s why we want to provide you with resources.
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- North Carolina Bar Association: Planning Your Estate
Get legal answers to questions you may have about your loved one’s estate by visiting the North Carolina Bar Association Elder Law Section.
- North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS): Vital Records
Whether you’re seeking a death certificate or the register of deeds, the DHHS can help you locate the information you need to document vital events in your loved one’s life.
- North Carolina General Assembly
Read North Carolina’s general statutes regarding the administration of a decedent’s estate.
- North Carolina Office of Archives and History
Interested in learning more about your loved one’s genealogy? Check out the North Carolina Office of Archives and History to understand more about you and your loved one’s history.
- The North Carolina Court System
The first step toward administering your loved one’s estate is visiting the clerk of court in the county where the decedent lived and opening an estate. Find court information by county on The North Carolina Court System website.