Free North Carolina State Forms and Attorney Listings

North Carolina

What do I need to know about the free forms for North Carolina?

Each state has a variety of free forms available. We have pulled together several of the most common free forms related to estate planning. These typically, but don’t always include: advance care directives, several power of attorney forms, form letters and more.

Some of these documents may answer your questions or help you along the process and some may leave you with more questions. The forms and documents listed here are not a replacement for an attorney. If you do need or want more definitive answers on a legal question find an estate attorney using our GYST List.


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Free Documents

North Carolina Downloadable State Forms and Documents

Below you'll find the GYST collection of documents and forms we've collected for North Carolina.

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Legal Help

GYST List of Attorneys

This is where it gets real, and sometimes you just need to lawyer up.

Hiring a professional to lead you through a complicated legal process can be priceless. Of course, you'll want an estate attorney with solid experience. We can help. Here is the GYST list of estate attorneys for North Carolina.

Find out more about our attorney selection criteria and Avvo rating system.

NameCityAvvo RatingAttorney Profile on Avvo
Andy StraussAsheville10.0View Andy 's Profile on Avvo
John KelsoAsheville9.7View John's Profile on Avvo
Michael MillerAsheville8.9View Michael's Profile on Avvo
Graham HoldingCharlotte8.7View Graham's Profile on Avvo
Debra FosterCharlotte10.0View Debra's Profile on Avvo
Robert RayFayetteville8.7View Robert's Profile on Avvo
Michael ColomboGreenville10.0View Michael's Profile on Avvo
David WardNew Bern8.5View David's Profile on Avvo
William E. KrattRaleigh8.8View William E.'s Profile on Avvo
Walter RogersRaleigh9.0View Walter's Profile on Avvo
Edward GriggsWinston-Salem9.5View Edward's Profile on Avvo

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Do More

Other Helpful and Interesting State Links

US Living Will Registry is a fee based site for registering your living will documents, they help facilitating communication with physicians and storage of these documents.

National Organ Donation is an easy to use site, you can share your wishes with friends and family and also specify which organs you want to have donated.

Because we all need a moment to smile, check out Dumb Laws to see how your North Carolina state legislature has been spending your tax dollars.

Questions?Contact us at ask@gyst.com


GYST has compiled a directory of Estate Planning Attorneys, that meet the following criteria:

1. Recognized by the The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (formerly known as The American College of Probate Counsel) a nonprofit association of lawyers. Members have over ten years of experience in the active preparation of wills, trusts, estate planning and probate procedure.

2. Attorneys received a ranking of 8 or higher from Avvo, a for-profit leading consumer resource that uses an unbiased mathematical formula to rank licensed attorneys on a scale of 1 (Extreme Caution) to 10 (Superb) for estate planning in their respective markets. In some cases, our team was unable to find attorneys who satisfied criteria # 1 AND had a rating of 8.0 or higher. In these cases, we listed those attorneys whose rating was highest among their ACTEC Fellow peer set.