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Few legal services are as personal as wealth preservation and estate planning.  Thoughtful planning allows you to live well and leave a meaningful legacy to your family or organizations you value.

At Horack Talley, we understand that you need insightful lawyers you can trust.  Let us help you preserve your wealth now and create a plan for your assets in the future that expresses who you are and how you wish to be remembered.

"Horack Talley has provided prudent and insightful personal wealth services counsel to the Byrum family for three generations. I feel confident that it will remain a respected and viable entity in our community for years to come."

- Steve Byrum
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G. Edward Hinshaw, Jr. Member ehinshaw@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0950
Stephen L. Smith Member ssmith@horacktalley.com
(704) 716-0818
Jonathan C. Windham Member jwindham@horacktalley.com
(704) 377-2500
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