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In 2018, North Carolina law dramatically changed how durable powers of attorney are drafted and interpreted with the adoption of the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act. Individuals dealing with durable powers of attorney should be cognizant of the changes and know where potential issues may occur. During the first part of the seminar, presenter Andrew Bullard will review the changes under the North Carolina Uniform Power of Attorney Act from the previous law and what individuals should be looking for when reviewing such documents. The second part of the seminar will cover estate administration in North Carolina and review an example estate from start to finish. It will assist individuals in understanding what typical documents look like in North Carolina and the duties of a personal representative under the law. This seminar is hosted by the North Carolina Bankers Association. For more information, please visit ncbankers.com/.