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Shape Smith Debnam Raleigh The Landmark Center 4601 Six Forks Road Suite 400 Raleigh, NC 27609
Andrew primarily practices estate planning, estate administration, and special needs law at the firm. Andrew’s experience includes assisting individuals and families as they navigate the process of planning and administering estates and trusts. Additionally, he guides fiduciaries through their duties in the probate process and helps families plan for the care of loved ones with long-term special needs. Andrew takes pride in helping clients design and implement plans to achieve their goals for the future, assisting them every step of the way.
Currently, Andrew is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, the Estate Planning and Fiduciary Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, and the Wake County Bar Association.
Originally from Grand Haven, Michigan, Andrew attended the University of Michigan, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He later attended Michigan State University College of Law before moving south to North Carolina. Andrew now lives in Cary with his wife and two children and spends his free time running and playing golf.
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