Don't just pay off your traffic tickets. If you pay your ticket without getting it reduced to a lesser offense, your insurance premiums will almost always increase for the next three years. Allow the Angle, Perry & Isley Law, PLLC to represent you and get the best assistance possible for your speeding ticket.
Buying, selling or refinancing a home or land in the Boone, NC surrounding area is one of the most important financial events in your life. Let our professional and courteous real estate attorneys at the Angle, Perry & Isley Law, PLLC help make it easier for you to smoothly transact your real estate purchase, refinance or sale.
Let Angle, Perry & Isley Law, PLLC assist you in preparing your wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care power of attorneys, and living wills, or in helping you close an estate after a loved one has died.
How do you make the decision between LLC and an S Corporation? Allow Angle, Perry & Isley Law, PLLC to answer your questions and help you set up and run the most effective corporate legal entity for your small business in the Boone, NC area.
Defer your capital gains tax by exchanging your investment real estate for different investment real estate in a 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange. If you want to sell an investment real estate property and will have to pay substantial capital gain tax, you can roll your profits into another real estate property and defer paying the taxes. Give the Angle, Perry & Isley Law, PLLC a call at our Boone, NC location today!
Special Needs Law and Planning addresses many details including providing for current care and future care, protecting assets from estate taxes and long-term care costs, preserving eligibility for government benefits, and providing funds for the "extras" that improve your loved one's quality of life.
Elder Law encompasses a variety of legal areas that affect people as they age and people with disabilities. It includes estate planning, long-term care planning, special needs trusts, retirement, Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid planning, competency concerns if a senior develops Alzheimer's, dementia or other serious health issues, and guardianships.