Sue Sprunger stays current on the latest developments in tax law and brings more... more
Sue Sprunger stays current on the latest developments in tax law and brings more than thirty (30) years of experience in the tax arena – including with the Internal Revenue Service, as a certified public accountant and as an attorney – to provide a full range of services in the areas of federal and state taxation. Sue’s practice focuses on structuring and negotiating business tr... view profile
Thomas R. Sanford II (T.R.) received his BA for Queens College, MBA from Queens... more
Thomas R. Sanford II (T.R.) received his BA for Queens College, MBA from Queens University, and JD from the University of South Carolina. T.R. is a member of ElderCounsel, WealthCounsel, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Mecklenburg County Bar Association, and the North Carolina Bar Association. He is the President and a Director of the WealthCounsel North Carolina Forum and a... view profile
Andrea G. Farmer was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but has resided in... more
Andrea G. Farmer was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but has resided in Rutherford County since 1996. After attending Isothermal Community College for two years, Andrea transferred her studies to Wofford College, where she received a B.S. in Business Economics and a B.A. in Government in 2000. In 2001, she began attending law school at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, where she... view profile
Probate is the legal process used to carry out a person's will after their death; a probate attorney advises you on how to perform the steps in the process. In general, once you have identified and collected the dead person's belongings, including their money, property, and other assets, you pay the person's debts and taxes. Once all debts have been paid, you distribute their money and property according to the language of the will. If there is no will, the laws of the state where the dead person lived control how the property is distributed. A probate attorney helps you plan what happens to your property when you die, as they can probate wills and act as your probate court estate representative. A probate attorney also represents family members and beneficiaries wishing to challenge wills.