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Contact Four Pillars Law Firm for compassionate, personal, experienced assistance and guidance with your estate planning and administration, asset protection, veterans benefits and elder law and long term care planning needs.

It is never too early or too late to engage in estate planning and long term care planning.  With the assistance and legal services of Four Pillars Law Firm, you can ensure that your assets are protected to the extent you desire (whether for business or long term care purposes), you may age with dignity in the surroundings you select, your loved ones will be properly cared for and your assets will be distributed as you desire upon your passing.  Furthermore, and perhaps most importantly, you may rest assured and enjoy the peace of mind that your needs have been properly understood and addressed in the manner you request and deserve to receive.

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Four Pillars Law Firm
2202 Wrightsville Avenue, Suite 213
Wilmington, NC 28403
Ph: (910) 762-1577

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