Paul Yokabitus

Estate Planning Lawyer

Paul is a talented and experienced Estate Planning Lawyer in Cary, NC who was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The economic downturn led Paul and his wife, Alix, to the Triangle where Paul attended Campbell University School of Law and later planted his roots in the Cary community. His focus on the client-attorney relationship and the peace of mind of his clients sets Paul apart from other traditional lawyers.

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We’ve helped many families (and counting) protect their loved ones.
We’re on a mission to help 10,000 families create a plan for their loved ones. Why? Because we want your wishes known, your goals accomplished, and your family protected — Don’t you?
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Working with PlanWell Legal was a great experience. The team provided excellent guidance and responded to questions expeditiously and thoroughly. My documents were in order quickly and I feel very confident and comfortable about the decisions made. What a terrific team to work with!
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This was a wonderful experience and we were able to get exactly what we needed in a very short turnaround time. Adam, Stephanie, and Michaela were the best, patiently answering all of our questions, making changes to documents in a timely manner, and making a very daunting process simple and easily executed. Highly recommended!
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FAQs
Who should have an estate plan?

Estate planning is not just for the rich. If you own your home and have children, you need an estate plan — seriously. What happens if you cannot make decisions for yourself? Who will raise your children if you are unable to? What happens to your home and anything else you own after you’re gone? We can help you legally outline what happens next, so you can protect your legacy and loved ones.

Should I choose a Will or a Trust plan?

This entirely depends on your goals. Schedule a free 1-on-1 consultation to learn more about which option is best for you.

What happens if I do not have a Will?

If you pass away or become incapacitated without a Will, a judge will decide what happens next per your state’s intestate succession rules. This can mean serious consequences.

Talk to a member of our team to understand why.