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Chapel Hill Estate Planners at TrustCounsel Launch New Web Design
Chapel Hill estate planning attorneys at TrustCounsel unveiled a new website layout. The updated layout allows user-friendly access to important estate planning resources and new secure ways for transmitting sensitive financial information.
The new web design was influenced by modern web trends and a goal of making it easier for users to understand and find resources about elder law, special needs planning, wealth management services, and estate planning in North Carolina, Tennessee, Florida and New York. The former left-hand toolbar navigation was replaced by a shorter top navigation to make it easier for users to locate the estate planning information they need. The new single-column view and smaller toolbar make it simple to access information about estate planning, asset protection, elder law and taxation. From various types of trust formations--Medicaid trusts, irrevocable trusts, IRA trusts, to creative ways for families to fund long-term care for their loved ones, the site design offers easy-to-find and easy-to-understand details about multiple estate planning topics.
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With estate planning offices in Chapel Hill, Miami and New York, TrustCounsel plans to develop the site as a resource for trust, asset protection, and elder law information for individuals and organizations in each state. The new resources on the website will also offer information for clients with assets in multiple states who may need to retain legal counsel for state-specific tax liabilities and asset protection laws.
TrustCounsel is a North Carolina estate planning and tax law firm with offices in Chapel Hill and Pittsboro. The firm also has offices in New York and Miami, serving clients throughout North Carolina, Florida, Tennessee and New York. Practice areas include: estate planning (wills, living trusts, powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, living wills, HIPAA authorizations);