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Larry W. Pearman, Attorney and Counselor at Law sat down with me to explain the importance of legal paperwork before a family crisis or tragedy. Many people avoid this and will find out the hard way that having a lawyer’s guidance is crucial for protecting you, your family and the assets you worked very hard to attain. In other words, Larry will ensure your financial security.

Larry Pearman works with the Piedmont Triad community providing:

When a parent dies a will was previously drawn up, the family and siblings can focus on supporting one another during the grieving period while property and other financial matters have already been legally documented. This may  alleviate additional stress when emotions are unstable. In other cultures when a parent dies, the property is automatically handed to their children, this is not the rule in the United States of America.

Wills, Power of Attorney and Living Wills may start anywhere from $150-$500, which is not expensive compared to what you will pay lawyers without one when the time comes.

Larry has driven to a clients home dying of cancer to draw up a will, saving his family $70,000. Larry Pearman listens to all needs and concerns of his clients before he offers his expert advice. This comes from over 30 years of experience.

Larry Pearman also has expertise with North Carolina adoptions and will assist those wanting to expand their families. Mr. Pearman will work with adoption agencies, pregnant women, foster parents, married couples and individuals living in North Carolina.

Larry Pearman is a native of Greensboro, NC, husband for 39 years, father to one son, and grandfather of 2. Mr. Pearman loves to spend time with his grandchildren, golf, and travel. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club and Lawndale Baptist Church where he plays softball and referees the upward basketball and football team. Larry is also an avid Tarheel fan.

Unfortunately, death reveals the worst and the best in families. Larry helps create the environment for the latter after a family crisis or tragedy. Thank you for your time Larry.

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