This Lease Agreement is legally binding in North Carolina according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A North Carolina last will and testament is used to tell the probate court how you want your personal assets, property, and business interests distributed after your death. Parents in North Carolina should have a last will and testament to tell the probate court who they want to take care of their minor children. If you don't have a last will and testament, the probate court will mae the decision on how your assets, property, or business will be distributed. The court would also decide who will take care of your children. When you sign your last will and testament in North Carolina, you also need two witnesses present who will also sign the document.